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Scheduling Assistant

Scheduled searches in Splunk, if not managed appropriately, can directly impact the performance of Splunk. In a mature Splunk environment it is not uncommon to have scheduled searches that run concurrently using up valuable resources your Splunk environment needs to serve your Splunk users. When your Splunk users are competing with scheduled searches, your users are waiting in the search queue for resources to become available to execute their search or display their dashboard or report. Worse yet, when you have concurrency spikes in your Splunk environment, your searches might be skipped causing critical alerts to not run at all!

Atlas Scheduling Assistant is a powerful tool that not only shows you where scheduled search concurrency exists in your Splunk environment, but also provides you with tools that automatically recommend how to resolve this problem and then gives you the tools to automatically fix the problem. The eliminates the need for Splunk Administrators to spend countless hours searching for and manually testing changes to optimize search schedules. With Scheduling Assistant you can reduce the time to optimization of scheduled searches from days to minutes giving valuable time back to your Splunk Administration Team.

Scheduling Assistant is a component of the Atlas Platform. The Atlas Platform is focused on helping Splunk owners achieve outcomes from their Splunk investment rapidly with prebuilt solutions that address common use-cases, tools that support common workflows, and automation tools that enable Splunk Admins and their Users to do more in less time. Atlas also comes with Expertise on Demand, which gives you access to Splunk experts who can assist you and your Splunk Team with building out use cases and for support of the Atlas and Splunk platforms.

Atlas is a premium solution requiring a paid license. Please contact Kinney Group to schedule a demo or request a quote.

Scheduling Assistant
Atlas Scheduling Assistant is a powerful tool that can help you optimize and maintain the performance of your Splunk environment. Scheduled searches running concurrently can quickly use up the resources your Splunk environment needs to serve your Splunk users. This means that as your Splunk environment grows you are becoming more likely to encounter this problem. Without proper guidance and tooling this problem can very difficult to solve manually and can take hours of trial and error to get it right. Scheduling Assistant seeks to make this problem easy to identify and resolve.

How to Use Scheduling Assistant
1. Monitor the health of your Scheduler by watching the health score provided by Scheduling Assistant.
2. When a problem is identified, use Scheduling Assistants investigation tools to identify where the problems are.
3. Once you have identified the problems, use Scheduling Assistants modeling tool to determine how changing a scheduled search will improve your Splunk environment.
4. Once you have modeled the changes to correct the seach concurrency, you can implement the scheduling change in your Splunk environment with one click.
5. Continue to monitor your Splunk environment for unhealthy search concurrency regularly using Scheduling Assistants Health Score

Key Features
- Proactively monitors Scheduler health in your Splunk environment and displays a simple health score so that it can be easily monitored.
- Quickly identify where search concurrency exists.
- Model the changes to see if changing a scheduled search will improve your environment.
- Implement schedule changes in Splunk automatically with a click of a button.
- Compatible with both Splunk Enterprise on-premise and Splunk Cloud!

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