Designing Glass Tables and/or Dashboards is a critical element in your ITSI configuration. The correct implementation will help communication to your visualization audience/consumer. Let’s discuss a few points to help steer your decision making process.
Did you know that Splunk has the capability to ingest non-log based data through multiple onboarding methods? In this blog, we will touch on API based data ingestion, as it is traditionally the most common method utilized.
Splunk WLM (Workload Management) provides the ability to allocate compute and memory resource to search, indexing, and other processes such as scripted inputs. This allows you to allocate the right resources to your Splunk server depending on its role.
You purchased Splunk cloud, the next questions is, what steps can I take to ensure a smooth experience. In this article, we will discuss key steps you can take to ensure you can use Splunk Cloud as quickly as possible.
Splunk has multiple methods in regards to Getting Data In (GDI). One very popular method is the Http Event Collector (HEC). The use of the HEC allows data ingestion into Splunk via HTTP POST messages. Two popular methods that send POST messages out of AWS into Splunk are the AWS services: Lambda and Firehose.
Logging for Cloudwatch Events using Splunk HEC Welcome to another installment on how to log multiple AWS accounts into Splunk, when the recommended method is not feasible. In this article we will take a look at Splunking AWS Cloudwatch Event data using an HTTP Event Collector (HEC) input.
Explore scenarios where multiple AWS accounts are configured to log Cloudtrail and Config into a consolidated S3 bucket.
File system permissions in Linux can be worrisome Splunk administrators. Here are some tips that balance Splunk Administration and system controls.
“Day 1 insight” isn’t always easy to achieve. This post reviews areas where you can focus your Splunk data analysis efforts to make the vision of Day 1 insight a reality.