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Designing Splunk Friendly Storage Architectures

Tegile Briefing Note

Of all the “modern” data center applications, Splunk seems to be one of the more popular among more traditional data centers. This is due to Splunk’s specific use case: log data from machines. 459 more words


Bryson LOUGHMILLER - Speaker @ DefCamp #7

Bryson Loughmiller received his Master of Information Systems Management degree with an emphasis in Information Security from Brigham Young University. For the past year and a half, he’s enjoyed working at Adobe as an Information Security Analyst/Engineer, where he works to correlate large amounts of data in an effort to catch and stop threats.

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Speaker @ DefCamp #7

Daniel BARBU is a Ph.D candidate in the field of Information Security who brings passion into his daily tasks. He enjoyed learning and growing while working at Electronic Arts, Dell Secureworks and now Adobe.

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Splunk - Install to RHEL 7

As part of testing the CMX to Splunk direct connector I was presented with the requirement to install Splunk.

As I had access to a RHEL 7 box I decided to install Splunk onto this box. 1,211 more words


Splunk/ES: dynamic drilldown searches

One of the advantages of Splunk is the possibility to customize pretty much anything in terms of UI/Workflow. Below is one example on how to make… 688 more words


Machine Learning Roundup (October 4, 2016)

Machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) content from the past 24 hours. Scroll to the bottom for job postings.

In ValueWalk, Mark Melin reports… 528 more words

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CONF2016: Leveraging the DNA of Digital Transformation

This was my first time attending a Splunk .Conf so I was eager to feel the event; to gauge the excitement about the products and get a sense for how Splunk might succeed with its ambitious plans for growth in an ever more competitive market. 1,456 more words