Chapter 1, Splunk – Getting Started, covers concepts to extend Splunk to your organization. We cover the vast Splunk community and online ecosystem.
Chapter 2, Bringing in Data, teaches essential concepts such as forwarders, indexes, events, event types, fields, sources, and sourcetypes.
Chapter 3, Search Processing Language, covers more about using search and other commands to analyze your data.
Chapter 4, Reporting, Alerts, and Search Optimization, shows how to classify your data using Event Types, enrich it using Lookups, and normalize it using Tags.
Chapter 5, Dynamic Dashboarding, creates a fully functional form-based dashboard that will allow you to change the inputs and affect the dashboard data by using tokens ...