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Splunk Online Training


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Splunk Online Training Details
Track Regular Track Weekend Track Fast Track
Course Duration 30 Hrs 8 Weekends 5 Days
Hours 1hr/day 2 Hours a day 6 Hours a day
Training Mode Online Classroom Online Classroom Online Classroom
Delivery Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live


Course Curriculum

Splunk Introduction

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:
  • Fields
  • Table
  • Rename
  • Rex & Erex
  • Multikv

Reporting Commands, Part 1

  • Understanding the use of following commands and their functions
  • Top
  • Rare
  • Stats
  • Addcoltotals
  • Addtotals

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 identifying transactions, group events and much more.
  • Identify transactions
  • Group events using fields and time
  • Search for 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

Practice Test & Interview Questions

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Course Curriculum

Splunk Introduction

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:
  • Fields
  • Table
  • Rename
  • Rex & Erex
  • Multikv

Reporting Commands, Part 1

  • Understanding the use of following commands and their functions
  • Top
  • Rare
  • Stats
  • Addcoltotals
  • Addtotals

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 identifying transactions, group events and much more.
  • Identify transactions
  • Group events using fields and time
  • Search for 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

Practice Test & Interview Questions

Splunk project

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