Description

Course Topics

  • Transforming commands and visualization
  • Filtering and formatting Results
  • Correlating events
  • Knowledge objects
  • Fields (Field aliases, field extractions, calculated fields)
  • Tags and event types
  • Macros
  • Workflow actions
  • Data models
  • Splunk Common Information Model (CIM)

Course Prerequisites

Splunk 6.6 Fundamentals Part 1

Class Format

Instructor-led lecture with labs, delivered via virtual classroom or at your site.

Course Objectives

This training's objectives gather: searching and reporting with Splunk part 2, creating Splunk Knowledge objects and Infrastructure overview.

Module 1 – Introduction

  • Overview of Buttercup Games Inc.
  • Lab environment

Module 2 – Beyond Search Fundamentals

  • Search fundamentals review
  • Case sensitivity
  • Using the job inspector to view search performance

Module 3 – Using Transforming Commands for Visualizations

  • Explore data structure requirements
  • Explore visualization types
  • Create and format charts and timecharts

Module 4 – Using Mapping and Single Value Commands

  • The iplocation command
  • The geostats command
  • The geom command
  • The addtotals command

Module 5 –Filtering and Formatting Results

  • The eval command
  • Using the search and where commands to filter results
  • The filnull command

Module 6 – Correlating Events

  • Identify transactions
  • Group events using fields
  • Group events using fields and time
  • Search with transactions
  • Report on transactions
  • Determine when to use transactions vs. stats

Module 7 – Introduction to Knowledge Objects

  • Identify naming conventions
  • Review permissions
  • Manage knowledge objects

Module 8 – Creating and Managing Fields

  • Perform regex field extractions using the Field Extractor (FX)
  • Perform delimiter field extractions using the FX

Module 9 – Creating Field Aliases and Calculated Fields

  • Describe, create, and use field aliases
  • Describe, create and use calculated fields

Module 10 – Creating Tags and Event Types

  • Create and use tags
  • Describe event types and their uses
  • Create an event type

Module 11 – Creating and Using Macros

  • Describe macros
  • Create and use a basic macro
  • Define arguments and variables for a macro
  • Add and use arguments with a macro

Module 12 – Creating and Using Workflow Actions

  • Describe the function of GET, POST, and Search workflow actions
  • Create a GET workflow action
  • Create a POST workflow action
  • Create a Search workflow action

Module 13 – Creating Data Models

  • Describe the relationship between data models and pivot
  • Identify data model attributes
  • Create a data model
  • Use a data model in pivot

Module 14 – Using the Common Information Model (CIM)

  • Add-On
  • Describe the Splunk CIM
  • List the knowledge objects included with the Splunk CIM Add-On
  • Use the CIM Add-On to normalize data

Date and Registration

The next training will be held from March 7th to 9th 2018 (a future session will be scheduled in October)

The registration fees are €1.900. To complete your registration, please send a email to laurence.barillet@ebrc.com stating your full name, company and professional email address.

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With your course confirmation (at least 5 working days in advance) you will receive the invoice which is payable upon receipt, before the start of the course.

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You may cancel or postpone your registration free of charge with a written notice given more than 10 working days before the course starts.

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Course postponed or cancelled

EBRC reserves its right to postpone or cancel a course when necessary, for instance when not enough participants are registered or due to force majeure events. We will endeavor to notify participants at least 5 working days in advance (except in cases of force majeure). In case of postponement, all participants will automatically be registered for the next session of the same course.