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Is it possible to do Complex Event Processing based on some Business Rules in Splunk?

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We are in an implementation of Splunk on top of our EDW. Is it possible to do Complex Event Processing based on some Business Rules in Splunk? And I want to Extract data (Tables and Attributes) from my Database, is it possible with Splunk?

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Depending on how complex your business rules are, you may be able to implement them using custom commands. Provide more detail about what you are trying to do and we can provide a more detailed answer.

To extract data from a SQL database, look at the Splunk DB Connect (https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/2686/) app.

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Depending on how complex your business rules are, you may be able to implement them using custom commands. Provide more detail about what you are trying to do and we can provide a more detailed answer.

To extract data from a SQL database, look at the Splunk DB Connect (https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/2686/) app.

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Hi Richgalloway,
Thanks For your answer,

          For Example,
          I have to Alert a customer when the below criteria met
          Event: 'ALERT_AVAIL_EMERGENCY_BALANCE'
          When  
          CUST_Balance=0
          and
          REPYMNT_GRADE='A'
          Then
          ALERT_AVAIL_EMERGENCY_BALANCE

Whether this kind of Event Processing and alerts are possible in Splunk?

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That is very common in Splunk. To send an alert, schedule a saved search similar to this

index=foo "ALERT_AVAIL_EMERGENCY_BALANCE" where (CUST_Balance=0 REPYMNT_GRADE='A') | table <fields of interest>

Set the search to trigger an alert whenever the number of results is greater than zero. Check the box to send an email and fill in the appropriate fields.

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