No matter the size of your organization, deploying Splunk is a big decision. After all, it can scale from very small to very large. Furthermore, it can be used as an on-premise hardware, or as a service to run within the Cloud. Perhaps you’re wondering if you should go with Splunk Enterprise or Cloud. There […]
What do you do if you have a large number of Deployment Servers (DS) and want to separate business units into different serverclasses? In this article, we will discuss steps you can take to adapt your (DS) to your growing organization.
In a Splunk environment, Splunk operations are controlled by configuration files (conf files). Configuration of the file settings are essential to the proper running of the Splunk instance. In this article, we walk through how to properly configure the file settings to ensure that your Splunk instance is running optimally.
UBA, User Behavior Analytics, is a Premium Splunk App that leverages machine learning technologies, to secure an organization from insider threats while also providing outsider threat monitoring and alerting capabilities. In this blog we will cover frequently asked questions around UBA and its functionality.
Transaction processing can involve transactions flowing from multiple sources. In that case, you can use Splunk ITSI to drill down to issues with specific transaction end points.
Did you know that all Splunk Knowledge Objects (KO) generated during a search are maintained in memory? Sure, any one KO in itself doesn’t take up a lot of memory, but run a search that returns 10 million events… You can do the math!
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.