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For Splunk & Tealium : I'm lost on what to put in the spunk server for Data Input -> resource when I have my own bucket on AWS S3.

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Silver Contributor
so instead of : //uconnect.tealiumiq.com/ulog/multiminds/multiminds
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For Splunk & Tealium : I'm lost on what to put in the spunk server for Data Input -> resource when I have my own bucket on AWS S3.

Tealium Employee
Hi Philippe, All you just have to enter is: "uconnect.tealiumiq.com/multiminds/" You need to also make sure the profile is enabled for this service. Having looked at the profile, it doesn't look like it is. Adrian
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For Splunk & Tealium : I'm lost on what to put in the spunk server for Data Input -> resource when I have my own bucket on AWS S3.

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What do you mean my profile is enabled for this ? I have a bucket at AWS S3 named : mmsplunk I have also a user at amazon : spunk I have a Key ID and a Secret Key. I have also a splunk server.
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For Splunk & Tealium : I'm lost on what to put in the spunk server for Data Input -> resource when I have my own bucket on AWS S3.

Employee Emeritus
Phillipe, the uconnect service needs to be enabled for your profile. Please contact your Tealium account manager to start that process.