Splunk is great at ingesting all the logs we can possibly feed it. With that in mind, it’s common for Shoreline to be the first stop for anything problematic. A Splunk alert is a great way to raise concern when something goes awry. But how do we call attention to this problem? How can we create a ticket in PagerDuty or another ticketing system?
Splunk alerts can call webhooks. Shoreline integrations can be triggered by web events. Put together, it’s a great 1, 2 punch. Any Splunk alert triggers any Shoreline automation. We can restart pods, adjust security policies, resize disks, or any Shoreline solution.