Database import - Splunk DB Connect allows you to import tables, rows, and columns from a database directly into Splunk Enterprise, which indexes the data. You can then analyze and visualize that relational data from within Splunk Enterprise just as you would the rest of your Splunk Enterprise data.
Database export - DB Connect also enables you to output data from Splunk Enterprise back to your relational database. You map the Splunk Enterprise fields to the database tables you want to write to.
Database lookups - DB Connect also performs database lookups, which let you reference fields in an external database that match fields in your event data. Using these matches, you can add more meaningful information and searchable fields to enrich your event data.
Database access - DB Connect also allows you to directly use SQL in your Splunk searches and dashboards. Using these commands, you can make useful mashups of structured data with machine data.
See the Splunk DB Connect documentation at https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/DBX/3.10.0/ReleaseNotes/Releasenotes
See the Splunk DB Connect documentation at https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/DBX/3.8.0/ReleaseNotes/Releasenotes
See the Splunk DB Connect documentation at https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/DBX/3.7.0/ReleaseNotes/Releasenotes
See the Splunk DB Connect documentation at https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/DBX/3.6.0/ReleaseNotes/Releasenotes
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