What is Splunk?
Splunk is a powerful platform for collecting, searching, monitoring and analyzing machine data which turns machine data into rapid visibility, insight and intelligence. It takes in all of your text-based log data, and provides you an easy way to search through it. You can pull in any kind of data, and perform statistical analysis on it, and present it in a different formats. You can easily search for specific patterns, or you can generate all manner of graphical reports.
Why is Splunk important?
- Splunk is flexible and fast.
- Splunk can collect data from any source.
- Splunk is a powerful search, analysis and visualization platform.
- Splunk has high availability and is highly scalable.
- Splunk has no initial costs for installing and evaluating most of its primary capabilities.
- Splunk provides a well organized documentation portal which can be used as a quick reference guide.
- Splunk has high security features.
Why the course is most sought after?/ What are the career benefits in-store for you?
- Splunk professionals can earn upto USD $104000 annually.
- There are more than 11,000 customers in over 110 countries who use Splunk software and cloud services to make their business, government and education more efficient, secure and profitable.
- Expedia and Zulily who initially used Splunk to only keep their websites up and troubleshoot IT problems soon realized that they could also answer business questions.
- In the US, average Splunk salaries for job postings nationwide are 80% higher than average salaries for all job postings nationwide.
- Accenture and Splunk entered into an alliance relationship that integrates Splunk products and cloud services into Accenture’s application services, security and digital offerings.
- Splunk is used to mitigate cybersecurity issues and prevent fraud.
- Splunk can improve service performance and reduce costs and hence more than 7,000 enterprises, government agencies, universities and service providers in over 90 countries use Splunk software.
Who should do this course?
2. Analytics Managers
3. Individual Contributors/Architects
Knowledge in SQL queries and command line interface would be a plus.
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