Fundamentals of Splunk Course

Fundamentals of Splunk Course

It is important to learn how to work with Splunk. Splunk is easy to use.

In Splunk, machine data is turned into answers. Splunk is being used by businesses of all sizes and in all kinds of industries to help them come up with new ideas and solve their most difficult IT, security, and business problems. Use Splunk to look at data that isn’t organized in a way that makes sense to you.

The basics of Splunk will be taught to you by taking this class. We’ll show you how to install and set up Splunk. This is what we’ll do. Learn how Splunk can help you keep an eye on data from a wide range of systems, including web servers, databases, applications, and even cloud-based tools.

Besides that, we’ll also learn how to set up alerts so that you can find problems before they get bad. Learn how to set up dashboards so that you can see how your systems are working in a way that is easy to understand.

What you’ll learn?
  • Splunk is a great tool to learn about.
  • How to set up and install Splunk.
  • Learn how Splunk can help you keep an eye on data from a wide range of systems, including web servers, databases, applications, and cloud-based tools.
  • To learn how to set up alerts.
  • Learn how to use search and reporting tools.
  • Learn how to set up dashboards so that you can see how your systems are working in a way that is easy to understand.
Who is this course for?
  • Anyone who wants to learn more about Splunk.
Requirements:
  • Splunk to follow the class.
Course content
1. Introduction

Introduction

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2. Getting started

Getting started with Splunk

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Installing Splunk (free edition)

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3. Features

Main Features of Splunk

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Search

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Time filtering

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Advanced search

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Reporting and dashboards

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Alerting

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Alert setup

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4. Splunk

Web app monitoring

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Universal forwarder

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Configure remote data and using multiple data streams

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Logs and add-ons

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Visualizing and alerts

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5. Conclusion

Conclusion