Observability Courses

Training Events

Introduction to Splunk IM

Provides an overview of Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring.

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Responding to Incidents in Splunk On Call

This module gives you a general overview of your user capabilities in Splunk OnCall.

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Using Splunk Real User Monitoring

Overview of Splunk Real User Monitoring

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Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring Fundamentals

This course serves as the foundation for all other Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring courses. It is targeted towards DevOps/SRE/Observability teams, Senior On-call Engineers, Onboarding and Monitoring Strategists and Developers. This 1-virtual day course provides a fundamental understanding of Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring concepts such as the Splunk IM data model and different types of metadata. See how you can search for metrics, find more information about a metric, visualize and alert on metrics. Learn to use appropriate rollups, interpret chart data based on chart resolution, rollups and analytic functions. All concepts are taught using lectures and scenario-based hands-on activities.

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Visualizing and Alerting in Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring

This course assumes that you have completed the course Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring Fundamentals. It is targeted towards DevOps/SRE/Observability teams, Senior On-call Engineers, Onboarding and Monitoring Strategists and Developers. This 1-virtual day course describes ways to enhance your dashboards and alerts to help with troubleshooting. Find insights using analytics in charts and detectors. Create detectors for common use cases. All concepts are taught using lectures and scenario-based hands-on activities.

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Using the Splunk Log Observer

This course is designed for developers responsible for debugging their own applications, and for SREs responsible for troubleshooting performance issues. The Splunk Log Observer is built primarily for DevOps teams working on applications built on modern tech stacks (containerized micro-services). However, the course it can be taken by anyone who wants to view recent log data in a no-code environment. This 1-virtual-day course describes how to use the tool to work with log data using the no-code user interface. You will learn to create, save, and share search filters; and to investigate the shape of your log data. You will analyze logs with aggregation functions and group by rules. And you will create rules to manipulate incoming data, as well as to generate synthetic metrics from log data. All concepts are taught using lectures and scenario-based hands-on activities.

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Introduction to Splunk Observability

This module distinguishes between monitoring and observability and the requirements for an observable system. Learn about the components in Splunk Observability Cloud.

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