Dashboards & Visualizations

Importing Dashboards from Splunk onto a Webserver, to allow non-Splunk Users to access our dashboards.

Timking2015
New Member

I have been given the task of setting up a webserver, hosting a website, which in turn will host several Splunk Dashboards. Non-Splunk users will be able to access our splunk dashboards, using the website, instead of creating splunk usernames and passwords for these multiple users. My hope was to upload several Dashboards, each having its own individual page, which are updated in real time. Has anyone attempted this, any help will be appreciated

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Jeremiah
Motivator

A simple way to do this would be to use embedded reports. You save your report, check the box to embed, and then take the resulting HTML and add it to your webpage. Real-time searches aren't supported, but you may want to reconsider that requirement anyways, depending on how many concurrent users you expect to have viewing these dashboards.

Report embedding lets you bring the results of your reports to large numbers of report stakeholders. With report embedding, you can embed scheduled reports in external (non-Splunk) websites, dashboards, and portals. Embedded reports can display results in the form of event views, tables, charts, maps, single values, or any other visualization type. They use the same formatting as the originating report.

http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/6.4.1/Report/Embedscheduledreports

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