Splunk Training

Splunk Training is designed to make you an expert in using splunk on how to search, monitor and analyze machine generated big data, via a web-style interface.


Splunk Training Curriculum

Start Searching
This section tells you what Splunk is and how it can help you followed by a brief discussion on how to download Splunk and get started.

Introduction to 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

Saving Results And Searches
Discusses the search user interface and searching with Splunk.

Export search results
Save and share search results
Save searches
Schedule searches

Using Fields
Discuss and understand fields in searches and sidebars.

Understand fields
Use fields in searches
Use the fields sidebar
Tags And Event Types

Tags are aliases to field values. Event types are dynamic tags attached to an event. This section of splunk training, explores more on them.

Understand tags
Create tags and use tags in a search
Describe event types and their uses
Create and use event types in a search
Creating Alerts

An alert is a search that runs periodically with a condition evaluated on the search results. Learn more in this module.

Describe alerts
Create an alert
View fired alerts
Creating Reports

Search results with formatting information (e.g., as a table or chart) are informally referred to as reports, and multiple reports can be placed on a common page, called a dashboard. This section works over reports and dashboards.

Create reports and charts
Create dashboards and add reports
Search Fundamentals.

Now that you’ve gained an understanding of the way Splunk indexes data, it will be easier to understand what is happening when you search with Splunk.

Review basic search commands and general search practices
Examine the anatomy of a search
Use the following commands to perform searches:
Rex & Erex
Reporting Commands, Part 1

Understanding the use of following commands and their functions
Reporting Commands, Part 2

Working over more commands and exploring visualizations, multiple series and reporting command.

Explore the available visualizations
Create a basic chart
Split values into multiple series
Omit null and other values from charts
Create a time chart
Chart multiple values on the same timeline
Format charts
Explain when to use each type of reporting command
Analyzing, Calculating, And Formatting Results

Learn how to perform calculations and much more to analyse big data during this section of training.

Using the eval command:
Perform calculations
Convert values
Round values
Format values
Use conditional statements
Further filter calculated results
Correlating Events

Discussing all about identifying transactions, group events and much more.

Identify transactions
Group events using fields and time
Search with transactions
Report on transactions
Determine when to use transactions vs. stats
Enriching Data With Lookups

The lookup command manually invokes field lookups from a lookup table, enabling you to add field values from an external source.

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.

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