Modern networks consist of multiple services, each generating independent streams of log data. Traditionally, log data resides in separate files and finding specific events can be difficult - detecting patterns is near impossible.
Splunk provides a means to collect and store this log data in a collated and redundant data store, facilitating searching and visualization.
In this course, you will learn how to install and configure Splunk on multiple platforms to meet your requirements.
You'll also learn various ways to get your data into Splunk.
You’ll also learn how to use Splunk to generate reports, graphs, and dashboards to easily get an overview of your log data.
You'll also learn how to generate reports and create dashboards to visualize your data.
You’ll also learn to how to scale your implementation using indexer clusters, how to back up and restore Splunk indexes and data as well as advanced search methods.
- No prerequisite required