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Why Work @ Splunk As An Engineer

I joined Splunk as a software engineer helping internal engineers be more productive, build tools, processes, documentation to make their lives easier.  I have only been at Splunk since April 2016 so I have focused on observing how software development works here and trying to absorb and learn from the smart people here. 573 more words


Key trends in machine learning and AI

You can hardly talk to a technology executive or developer today without talking about artificial intelligence, machine learning or bots.

While everyone agrees on the importance of machine learning to their company and industry, few companies have adequate expertise to do what they wanted the technology to do. 1,074 more words


Splunk6: Extract Field in results using RegEx and Sort Results

index=myapp OperationName=* host=*myhost* *DebugMessage* | rex field=_raw “DebugMessage>(?.*).*\) ” | stats count by TPID,ErrorCode,errorMessage


index=inctv host=*myhost* ErrorCode=1 | stats count by _time, ErrorCode | sort by _time desc


Working & Playing @ Splunk

Marking my 2nd month at Splunk.

I really love the culture of being data driven at everything we do. Being here at Splunk already opened up my mind as to how I can grow and learn as an engineer because of the people and the relentless focus on execution and innovation.


Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Test Drives Data-Driven Strategy with Splunk at Indianapolis 500

Splunk and Kinney Group Partner to Back Race Team with Predictive Analytics and Machine Learning for Unique Insights on Track Conditions and Car Performance

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – June 3, 2016 – ( 548 more words


Splunk for Beginners

Are you planning on using Splunk? Why? If you are not sure, consider the following.

Today, in this world of Machine data. and constant stream of information, there is always a need to take advantage of this massive amount of bits that are collected. 174 more words

Coding Is Fun

Splunk is popular within financial services as the company offers advanced security analytics data

On April 25, 2012, Wall Street was introduced by two really hot IPO`s; Splunk and Infoblox. Investors expected to see Splunk to open at $13 a share, but it surprised and opened at $17. 589 more words