MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.64 GB | Duration: 3h 44m
An Introduction to Splunk and where it fits into Big Data
What you'll learn
Understand How Splunk fits into Information Technology
Learn How to Get Into Splunk
Understand the Structure of Splunk
Setup your User Account Settings
Learn How to Use Other Basic Splunk GUI Interfaces
Have an Interest in computers (Information Technology)
Have an interest in learning answers to analytical questions
We begin with covering the big tech landscape and where Splunk fits within that picture. Splunk is the only development platform for true big data that preserves logs in their original unstructured format for fast search, alerting and investigating. Splunk easily handles indexing and searching pedabytes of data and more from countless applications in real-time with an infinite number of user-defined use cases; anything that you can imagine wanting to know about your data can be correlated and analyzed across every application that you are logging into Splunk.
This course is designed to interest someone with no prior understanding of either computers or Splunk into pursuing certification in Splunk. We show you how to map your career progression through Splunk and what it enables for you.
The goal of this course is to teach Splunk well enough for you to use Splunk as a basic user. We begin with creating an Amazon AWS instance and install Splunk onto it so that you can follow along with the course. We then cover the Splunk application structure and processes, the GUI interface, searching, alerting, dashboards and pivots/datamodels. We go into enough detail for you to understand key points in all of these areas enough to start using them on a basic level. We even add important tips to help you to avoid making critical mistakes like using real-time searches when they aren't needed and making searches that aren't fast and efficient.
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Who this course is for
Anyone interested in beginning an IT career should consider Splunk