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Splunk

Duration
30 – 35 hrs
Type
online

You see servers and devices, apps and logs, traffic and clouds. We see data—everywhere. Splunk® offers the leading platform for Operational Intelligence. It enables the curious to look closely at what others ignore—machine data—and find what others never see: insights that can help make your company more productive, profitable, competitive and secure. What can you do with Splunk?

    • Duration: 30 – 35 hrs
    • Timings: Week days 1-2 Hours per day (or) Weekends: 2-3 Hours per day
    • Method: Online/Classroom Training
    • Study Material: Soft Copy
    Lesson 1 – Start Searching
    • Introduce Splunk and the Search app
    • Run basic searches
    • Identify the contents of search results
    • Control a search job
    • Set the time range of a search
    • Use the output of a search to refine your search
    Lesson 2 – Saving Results and Searches
    • Export search results
    • Save and share search results
    • Save searches
    • Schedule searches
    Lesson 3 – Using Fields
    • Understand fields
    • Use fields in searches
    • Use the fields sidebar
    Lesson 4 – Tags and Event Types
    • Understand tags
    • Create tags and use tags in a search
    • Describe event types and their uses
    • Create and use event types in a search
    • Lesson 5 – Creating Alerts
    • Describe alerts
    • Create an alert
    • View fired alerts
    Lesson 6 – Creating Reports
    • Create reports and charts
    • Create dashboards and add reports
    • Create and edit dashboards
    Module 1 – Search Fundamentals
    • Review basic search commands and general search practices
    • Examine the anatomy of a search
    • Use the following commands to perform searches:
    • fields
    • table
    • rename
    • rex
    Module 2 – Reporting Commands, Part 1
    • Use the following commands and their functions:
    • top
    • rare
    • stats
    Module 3 – Reporting Commands, Part 2
    • Explore the available visualizations
    • Create a basic chart
    • Split values into multiple series
    • Omit null and other values from charts
    • Create a timechart
    • Chart multiple values on the same timeline
    • Format charts
    • Explain when to use each type of reporting command
    Module 4 – Analyzing, Calculating, and Formatting Results
    • Using the eval command:
    • Perform calculations
    • Convert values
    • Round values
    • Format values
    • Use conditional statements
    • Further filter calculated results
    Module 5 – Enriching Data with Lookups
    • Describe lookups
    • Examine a lookup file example
    • Create a lookup table
    • Define a lookup
    • Configure an automatic lookup
    • Use the lookup in searches and reports
    • Career oriented training.
    • One to One live interaction with a trainer.
    • Demo project end to end explanation.
    • Interview guidence with resume preparation.
    • Support with the trainer through E-mail.