Splunk : Operational intelligence in Real Time


After coming from a discussion with one of my teacher Prof . Rameshwar Saran . Now i have started working on reorganising my knowledge on all the products that are part of our daily operations with in our company .

Ravi from Splunk team has really helped me to get the real benefits of using Splunk and yes it can be easily used to work on ” Big Data ” on which me and deepak Kaushal  are working from 2-3 months .

What Splunk Can do ?

  1. It  can monitor and analyse machine generated data in real time . Machine data can include transactions, network activities and even call records generated by websites, applications and mobile devices  or
  2. This  software collects, indexes and harnesses the machine-generated big data coming from the websites, applications, servers, networks and mobile devices that power business .
  3. Scientists can use it to study data collected on experiments, like earthquake  patterns and anomalies.
  4. It can gather and analyze system alerts to discovering what is causing problems with an  IT system, or to see the power consumed by various applications and servers.

Who is Using Splunk  ?

As per my understanding it is mostly used in Fortunes 500 Companies to do the operational intelligence so that they can gain the understanding of Buisness and their customers .

As i am also exploring this software so surely i will be going to join the conference on this for the community . To register please Visit

http://www.splunk.com/goto/conf

To Know more about this conference :

http://www.4-traders.com/news/Splunk-Inc-Speakers-to-Highlight-Splunk-as-the-Platform-for-Machine-Generated-Big-Data-at-conf20–14461263/ .

Hadoop and Splunk  > Shep

http://blogs.splunk.com/2011/12/05/introducing-shep/

 

 

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About Devendra Singh

A guy with self learning capability , Analytical Ability , Exploring in nature , Just looking for ways for spreading happiness among everyone. Little aggressive some time. Just want peace everywhere in this world.
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