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Gain access to the real-time data insights you need to enhance your productivity, security, profitability, and competitive advantage.
In the past, when something bad happened to an application, IT ops folks used to log in to the servers to scratch some logs and try to understand what was going on. But in today’s world, that’s not how things are done. Now there are tools that will help you not just to collect logs and other data from systems but also to help you understand the data. Empowered by that data, you’ll be able to analyze, troubleshoot, and—most importantly—make better decisions on how to fix problems in applications.
Splunk is one of the first platforms to help make sense of log data. Splunk is not just a tool for IT Ops. It’s a tool for developers. In fact, it’s a tool for everyone who’s interested in using the power of data. There are a lot of use cases for Splunk, but first, you need to learn what it’s capable of and how to get the most of it.
If you have concerns about security and compliance, don’t worry. You can still be compliant while making life easier with Splunk. You’ll just need to give everyone visibility on what’s happening with your applications in real time or for analysis purposes. And yes—you can do all of this without giving people access to the servers.
Learn how to make better decisions with meaningful data using Splunk.
This two-day boot camp is designed to empower a wide range of technology workers with the knowledge and skills needed to take full advantage of Splunk. This Splunk training course is exercise-intensive and is for individuals looking to develop a deeper understanding of the tool. Our continuous hands-on lab classroom format and real-world practice scenarios cement your new skills with Splunk’s various applications and leave you prepared to properly collect, analyze and utilize your machine data.
Looking to solve a particular issue with Splunk, or need learning targeted to your unique team environment? Have a learning advisor contact you or request more information about our onsite services and learn how we can deliver you customized Splunk training at a discounted rate.
- Upcoming Dates and Locations
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- Course Outline
Part 1: Introduction to Splunk
- What’s Splunk?
- Authentication Methods
- Access Controls & Users
- Products, Licensing, and Costs
- Quick Tour Guide: User Interface
- Exercise: Lab Environment and Configuration
Part 2: Indexes
- Splunk Data
- What are Indexes?
- What are Indexers?
- Exercise: Create Your First Index
- Index Clusters
- Index Pipeline
- Exercise: Upload Data Manually
- Fields & Field Extraction
- Exercise: Using the Field Extractor Tool
- Exercise: Using the Forwarder to Send Data
- Removing Data
Part 3: Splunk Architecture
- Components of Splunk Deployments
- Deployment Scenarios
Part 4: Search Processing Language
- What is Search Processing Language (SPL)?
- Searching Operators
- Search Commands
- Search Pipeline
- Exercise: Search Examples
- Commonly Used Search Commands
- Exercise: Search Examples II
- Exercise: Using Lookups
- Optimize Searches
- Exercise: Search Examples III
Part 5: Dashboard & Visualizations
- Dashboards in Splunk
- Creating Dashboards
- Visualization Types
- Search as Reports
- Exercise: Creating a Dashboard
- Exercise: Add Input Forms
- Exercise: Drilldown
Part 6: Alerts
- Creating Alerts
- Scheduling Alerts
- Alerts Notifications
- Exercise: Creating Alerts
Part 7: Scheduled Reports
- Creating Scheduled Reports
- Exercise: Create a Scheduled Report
Part 8: Putting All Pieces Together
Exercise: As a final lab, you’ll configure a typical scenario when using Splunk. You'll install and configure an NGINX, then the Splunk forwarder to collect logs in Splunk. The idea is that you can apply everything you've learned within the Bootcamp: creating searches, visualizations, dashboards, etc.
- Who should attend
This Splunk training course is exercise-intensive and is designed for individuals looking to develop a deeper understanding of the tool. Individuals with the following titles will find this course beneficial:
- Testers and QA teams
- Release engineers
- IT operations staff
- DevOps practitioners
- DBAs and data engineering teams
- Security Managers
- Security Administrators
- Senior Business Intelligence Architects and Consultants
- Senior Business Analysts
- Anyone responsible for implementing BI
Although it is not mandatory, students who have completed the self-paced Fundamentals of DevOps eLearning course have found it very helpful when completing this course.