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HomeAssistant app for Splunk

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This app utilizes the home automation platform HomeAssistant's ability to send to the HTTP Event Collector, allowing you to log and analyze your home automation data.

HomeAssistant app for Splunk

This is a Splunk app designed to be used with the HomeAssistant home automation platform, to give you more insight into your system.


  • You need to have at least Splunk 6.3 installed, since this uses the HTTP Event Collector introduced in that version.
  • HomeAssistant installed on a machine that can connect to the one running Splunk.


  • Install the app by copying the homeassistant directory to $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps/homeassistant and restarting Splunk so that the app is recognized.
  • At this moment, you must manually enable the HTTP Event Collector and add a token for HomeAssitant:
  • Go Settings > Data Inputs and choose HTTP Event Collector
  • For "All Tokens", select "Enabled", and click "Save"
  • Choose "New Token"
  • Give your token a name and click "Next"
  • Under "Source type", choose "Select", and then "Structured > homeassistant_event"
  • Under Index, set your index ("homeassistant", by default) as the "Default Index"
  • When you're done, you'll be given the "Token Value". Place this in your HomeAssistant configuration as per the Splunk component's documentation.


  • Provides analogues to HomeAssistant's native reporting, including a range-configurable History view and a filterable logbook.
  • Provides a Device Tracker view that shows time spent per location/device
  • Provides an Energy Usage dashboard (although this may need to be customized to your HomeAssistant configuration)

Release Notes

Version 0.2
Feb. 5, 2016

First release for splunkbase submission.

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