- [Josh] I hope you've enjoyed learning Splunk.…I've tried to give you a broad overview…of the major features without getting too bogged down…into things like search syntax.…There's a lot more that could be covered on search,…so I hope this course has piqued your interest enough…to learn more on your own.…I would recommend spending some time…looking at docs.splunk.com.…They provide a lot of detail.…If you're like me and you learn best by seeing example code…and playing around with it,…I think you'll really appreciate the official docs.…They have lots of examples that you can try out yourself.…
Answers.splunk.com is another great place to look,…especially if you're stuck on a more complex problem.…The community is really supportive…and they're a lot of archived answers.…Chances are someone has had a similar question…to whatever you're stuck on,…so spend some time searching before you post a question.…The makers of Splunk also offer…some free self-paced online courses…and some paid instructor-led virtual and in-person courses.…
- Installing Splunk
- Filtering search data
- Advanced search syntax
- Creating reports and dashboards
- Creating alerts and actions
- Configuring remote data and multiple data streams
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