TIPS & TRICKS

SplunkTalk – #61 – Game, Set, Match

So there are 80+ search commands. Every so often we run across one we’ve never used. This week, “we” is Wilde. Maverick holds a CLINIC on the “set” search command. Not so fast, listener/reader–we’re not talking about setting a variable or field (Which you can do with “veal”). This is more about working with two “sets” of results and looking for differences, union, intersection to use them to make some interesting decisions about your data. Rumor has it there’s a “Splunk Book” being written. Wilde is gaga about Splunk 4.3 (coming soon!). Maverick hosted the inaugural Dallas Splunk Users Group. One user has 32 indexers. Yeah. THIRTY TWO INDEXERS. Like a boss!

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Michael Wilde, “Chief of Black Ops and White Lies” is a Principal Sales Engineer with Splunk.  Starting with Splunk as their first Sales Engineer way back in 2006, over the years Michael has helped the company evolve its product and demo strategy, becoming and expert evangelist.  Michael is the original Splunk NInja and coined the tagline "becuase ninjas are too busy"

Aside from being a career sales engineer, Michael is a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu an RYT-200 yoga teacher, every Saturday at LifeTime Fitness in Austin, TX.  

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