What’s new in Splunk IT Service Intelligence
This time last year, at .conf2015, we introduced Splunk IT Service Intelligence (ITSI) to the world and it’s been a fantastic first year – customers all over the world have chosen ITSI to transform service monitoring and IT operations through machine data-driven analytics.
On Tuesday morning at .conf2016, we had the opportunity to announce what’s new with ITSI. The newest release builds on where we started with ITSI, simplifying service operations with advanced event analytics and delivering business and service context to help prioritize incident investigation. As promised, we continue to innovate with machine learning to reduce the complexity in rules and threshold management with real-time correlations, predefined semantics and base-lining behavior operational patterns. Let’s dig into the new …
What’s in store for Developers at .conf2014
In less then a week, .conf2014 kicks off at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. As in past years, there won’t only be tons of great keynotes, sessions and training for the entire Splunk community, but also plenty of things tailored just for developers.
- Once again, Splunk University starts off the week with hands-on training, including an intense Splunk App Developer Bootcamp
- This year we’re introducing the Splunk Dev Lounge, a dedicated space for hacking on Splunk throughout the conference. All throughout the week, you’ll find members of the engineering and evangelist teams ready to answer any question or guide you in the right direction. We’ll also have chalk talk sessions (heavy on code, light on slides) led by Splunkers
RedMonk Chats with Customers and Partners about Development and DevOps with Splunk
RedMonk analyst Donnie Berkholz sat down with a few Splunk customers at various locations to discuss everything from DevOps and continuous deployment to building Splunk Apps with the Web Framework in Splunk 6. First Donnie sat down with Nick DiSanto of Snap Interactive, who talks about how they use Splunk to monitor continuous deployment and for trouble shooting, remarking “every single developer and product person uses Splunk on a daily basis”. Donnie also sat down with Steve Dodson and Kevin Conklin of Prelert who discuss why they chose to build on Splunk and the flexibility of the Web Framework in Splunk 6. Finally, Donnie also talks with Ashish Bhutiani of Function1 about the the Web Framework.
There are a ton …
Hunk is a Big Data Platform for Building Applications on Hadoop
Hunk is not only a revolutionary new software product for exploring, analyzing and visualizing data in Hadoop, it’s also a powerful platform for rapidly building applications powered by data stored in Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS). If you’re a developer, you can build on the Hunk platform using your choice of popular languages, frameworks and tools without having to manually program MapReduce jobs. Hunk enables you to work with data in Hadoop using your existing skills and a variety of standards-based technologies. If you’re familiar with the developer platform for Splunk Enterprise, you know everything you need to know to develop with Hunk. Taking into account some of the fundamental differences between Hunk and Splunk Enterprise – the data …
Meet Your Splunk App Dev Contest Winners: Splunk for Your Car
When we announced the inaugural Splunk App Dev Contest back in June, we were looking forward to seeing great work done by Splunk developers from all over the world. We received submissions from China, South Africa, India and the United States with use cases spanning digital marketing, network monitoring, ERP management and the Internet of Things. The 1st place team (and winners of the Best App for Social Good) of Rich Acosta and Erica Feldman built a Splunk for Your Car app using an Android phone, an OBD2 Bluetooth adapter, Dropbox, Google Maps and, of course, Splunk. Splunk for Your Car provides individuals with a number of key driving metrics like Average Speed, Maximum Speed, Time Spent Driving, Distance Driven …
What’s New for Developers in Splunk 6
With Splunk Enterprise 6, we’ve delivered capabilities to bring operational intelligence to everyone across the organization. Key to driving operational intelligence across the enterprise with Splunk are, of course, developers. Developers instrument the logs, integrate the data and build the apps to make it happen. In Splunk 6 there are two great new features that make it easier for developers to quickly and efficiently build powerful Splunk apps: the Splunk Web Framework and Data Models
The Splunk Web Framework
The Splunk Web Framework, which was first made available in preview in February, enables developers to use the tools and languages they know to build Splunk apps with custom dashboards, flexible UI and custom data visualizations. Building a Splunk app …
What’s in Store for Developers at .conf2013
This year we’re doing it again, Monday evening from 5:30-10:30pm. We’ll have special guests, Splunkers ready to help and plenty of food and beverages to power you through the hacking. Sign-up now and get ready for another great time.
Before we get hacking, Splunk University will hold two days of classes on Sunday and Monday, including classes on Building Splunk Apps and Developing with the Splunk SDKs for Java and Python. These classes will be a great way to build skills and warm up for the …
- The Splunk SDK for Java now has added support for building modular input scripts in Java
- The Splunk SDK for Python now has added support for building modular input scripts in Python
The Modular input support in the Splunk SDKs for Java and Python, already available in the Splunk SDK for C#, makes it easier for developers to manage custom inputs without having to code directly to the REST API. Modular Inputs allow you to get data that may not be accessible via TCP/UDP, not in an acceptable file format or that requires pre-processing into Splunk in a programmatic, reusable manner. There’s sample …
There’s Still Time to Enter the Splunk App Dev Contest
The Splunk SDKs for C#, PHP and Ruby have arrived
Developers can use the Splunk SDKs to:
- Access Splunk data from line of business systems like customer service apps
- Integrate data from Splunk with other BI and reporting tools
- Build mobile reporting apps
- Power customer-facing dashboards and reports with Splunk data
- Log directly to Splunk from any application
The Splunk SDKs include documentation, code samples, resources, and tools to make it quick and easy for …