I want to create a custom real-time threat map similar to FireEye's - https://www.fireeye.com/cyber-map/threat-map.html or Norse's - http://map.ipviking.com using the data in Splunk. I have some very simple .js code that uses the Google Maps API and random data to create a similar map. However, I can’t seem to figure out how to run the .js code within Splunk. Furthermore, I can’t use the data from Splunk to populate the map. I would appreciate any suggestions or tips on how to do this in the simplest way possible.
The data is in Splunk and I can find it via the search feature. However, I can't figure out to get the custom code into Splunk, or how to get the search results into the code. Does this clarify things for you?
LukeMurphey, Thanks you for the reply. I'm aware of this feature, but it doesn't meet our business need. We need to have lines animated from src to dst based on the geostats results. There are 4 types of unrelated lines that will have corresponding colors.