Splunk Data Operations

rqst provides an intuitive framework for user data onboarding requests and helps forecast Splunk needs.

Request Quote

Data Request Management

Solving for:

"Is this the right spreadsheet? Wait. What spreadsheet are you looking at?"

Lose the spreadsheets. Get immediate visibility and situational awareness on data source status.

Infrastructure Needs

Helping with:

"Do we have enough infrastructure to accommodate growth?"

Better understand the impact of users' requests on your Splunk license and infrastructure. Make the right investments and grow more predictably.

Budget Impact

An approach to:

"What will all of this cost?"

Define your internal costs and approximate the budgetary impact of data sources. Use this information to support data planning and prioritization.

App Features

Splunk Native

CRUD'y application built entirely inside of Splunk.

No External DB

All app data resides in KV Store collections.

Options Driven

Admin options tailor user experience and app behavior.

No License Impact

App operation does not require data to be indexed.

Request Intake

Intuitive form for users to submit requests for ingest.

Form Logic

Input sanitization and admin-defined required fields.

Request Form Fields

Collect info like data volume, data sample, and access needs to support onboarding.

Request Tracking

End user dashboards to track the status of their submitted requests.

Email Notifications

Optional email notifications can inform users of request updates.

Organizational Context

Associate group names with Splunk roles for requests and reporting.

Approval Process

Optionally route user requests to approval authority before entering admin workflow.

Request Updates

Admins interact with requests to set status, ownership, and other information.

Activity Logging

Admin request activity is automatically timestamped and tracked.

Admin Annotation

Admins can enter notes on each request that are only available to other admins.

Cost Configuration

Admins define costs for license, storage, and indexing that are used in reporting.