Image Search with Splunk and Hunk
One of the sexy new features Hunk brings to the Splunk 6 smorgasbord, is preprocessing data. Since Hunk is built on top of Hadoop’s MapReduce framework, we can utilize it’s preprocessing framework. Basically, now you can take any data, write a piece of code that turns it into text, then search where it is stored!
I’ve created a demo where you can select colors and get images that match the selection. It looks like this:
Image searching in Splunk? How is this possible? Indexing images?
Indexing images, no. Preprocessing at search time. There are no indexing costs.
I do this by searching a set of images stored on HDFS, my preprocessor extracts the color distribution of the images at search time, …
Splunking for the homeless
Preparing data for Splunk
#!/bin/bash craigslist_search="http://sfbay.craigslist.org/search/apa/sfc?zoomToPosting=&query=&srchType=A&minAsk=2000&maxAsk=3500&bedrooms=2&nh=4&nh=11&nh=10&nh=18&nh=29" curl -s $craigslist_search | \ sgrep -o "%r\n" -i …
Splunk @ jQuery developer summit 2012
jQuery developer summit is an anual opportunity to meet the entire jQuery team and learn how you can get involved in the jQuery community. They tell you how each jQuery project works, what’s being done and how you can contribute to the projects.
Splunk sponsored the event and has given the jQuery foundation a non-profit Splunk license.
I went to this event together with four awesome Splunkers from the San Francisco office all the way to AOL in Dulles, Virginia.
jQuery treated us and all the other attendees with food, beer and a chair, from sunday to tuesday. It was a very good time and we met a lot of very nice people.
Before the event …
Splunkgit – Github just got Splunked! (Part 4/4)
This is the fourth and last part in a four part series where Petter and Emre covers their Splunk app, Splunkgit. The Splunk app is available for download on splunkbase here, and it is also on github here.
Usages of the git tab
Splunkgit – Github just got Splunked! (Part 2/4)
This is the second part in a four part series where Petter and Emre covers their Splunk app, Splunkgit. The Splunk app is available for download on splunkbase here, and it is also on github here. You can find part 1 here if you missed it.
Who am I?
Hello there blog reader! As this is my first post, I will do what I am told and introduce myself. My name is Petter Eriksson and I study computer science at Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. I am an intern here at Splunk for 6 months, where I will be doing software development and also my master thesis. Being an intern here at Splunk has been great so …