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How much data can one smart home generate? About 1 GB a week.

In my connected home I’ve focused mostly on automation, but Stephen Sorkin, the chief strategy officer at Splunk has decided to go a much nerdier route. 438 more words

Internet Of Things

Exportar syslog de ESXi 5.x a Splunk Storm

Recientemente un cliente me pidió ayuda para exportar los logs que genera sus ESXi a algún servicio en la nube. Le propuse Splunk Storm, es buen servicio y además gratuito. 466 more words


Splunk: Change Colors of a Chart with Multiple Inputs

For most of my Splunk endeavors, I use the Sideview Utils app to streamline my workflow.  If you don’t have Sideview Utils installed on your Splunk instance, that’s fine – although I’d highly recommend doing so.   330 more words


Logentries Enhances Log Management And Analytics Platform With DevOps-Focused Collaboration Functionality

Log management and analytics vendor Logentries today announced an enhancement to its platform marked by the availability of a suite of collaboration features that improve the ability of teams to analyze and share insights regarding log data. 307 more words

Machine Data

Summary: High performance Splunk with VMware on top of EMC ScaleIO and Isilon

I recently did a project involving several moving parts, including Splunk, VMware vSphere, Cisco UCS servers, EMC XtremSF cards, ScaleIO and Isilon. The project goal was to verify the functionality and performance of EMC storage together with Splunk. 51 more words


Splunk user authentication with Windows Active Directory

Recently I implemented Windows Active Directory authentication for Splunk. Windows AD version is a mix of Windows 2008 and Windows 2012; Splunk version is 6.x. 438 more words


Splunk: Use TimePicker Module to Choose a Custom Search Range

This guide assumes that you already have Sideview Utils installed in your Splunk instance.  If not, you definitely should.  Go to their website and download their free-for-internal-use application.   191 more words