Courses for App Developers
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Harness the power of Splunk's Web Framework. Create rich, interactive dashboards and forms, and package Splunk knowledge objects for distribution across your organization, or share your masterpiece with the world on the Splunk Apps site.
Notice: The following courses; Using Splunk, Searching and Reporting with Splunk, Creating Splunk Knowledge Objects, Splunk Infastructure Overview are now replaced with Splunk Fundamentals 1 and Splunk Fundamentals 2 (see new learning path below).
If you are a partner or have a subscription, you can continue to take the legacy classes and then take both the Certified User and Certified Power User exam.
This self-paced course teaches you how to search and navigate in Splunk, use fields, get statics from your data, create reports, dashboards, lookups, and alerts. It will also introduce you to Splunk's datasets features and Pivot interface.
This 4 virtual-day course focuses on additional SPL commands, using field aliases and calculated fields, creating tags and event types, using macros, creating workflow actions and data models, and normalizing data with the CIM.
This one-day course is designed for advanced users who want to create SplunkJS-based dashboards and forms. It focuses on creating dashboards, adding inputs, using event handlers and creating Splunk Custom Visualizations.
This two-day course focuses on Splunk app development. It's designed for advanced users, administrators, and developers who want to create apps using the Splunk Web Framework. Major topics include planning app development, creating data generators and data inputs, REST API, setup screens, KV Store, and app packaging.
This course teaches you to use Splunk's REST API to accomplish tasks on a Splunk server. In this course, you will use curl and Python to send requests to Splunk REST endpoints and will learn how to parse the results. The course will show you how to create a variety of objects in Splunk, how to work with and apply security to Splunk objects, issue different types of searches, and ingest data.