Getting Your Data Into Splunk Effortlessly
In this course, Getting your Data into Splunk Effortlessly, you will learn about the many ways there are to configure data inputs into your Splunk Enterprise deployment. These methods include monitoring folders or files, using network inputs (UDP/TCP), using scripted inputs, and even using agentless solutions like the HTTP Event Collector. This course is critical to your understanding and use of Splunk as clearly Splunk is only as valuable as it is complete with its data from your organization. With a wealth of data options that we might want to Splunk today, thank goodness Splunk is so flexible when it comes to ingesting data from a wide variety of sources and technologies.
Getting Your Data Into Splunk Effortlessly Overview
WEBVTT Hi there. My name is Anthony Sequeira, and I want to welcome you to this course in none other than Splunk. In our first course in Splunk here at ITPro, we focused on getting Splunk installed and giving you a fundamental understanding of Splunk itself. But in this course, we're going to really step on the gas pedal, and we're going to focus on something that is so critical with Splunk. And that is going to be how to get your data in Splunk-- effectively, efficiently, low cost, both administratively and actual dollar cost-- to get your data in Splunk. Once your data is in Splunk, we can really start to make the product shine. But without your text data inside of a Splunk index, Splunk is no fun at all. So I am thrilled that you're joining Lauren and I for this course. You're going to love it. Let's get started in the very first video.
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Here are the topics we'll cover
- Indexing Fundamentals
- Advanced Topics
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