PAICTA is offering Splunk courses both face to face and online. PAICTA’s model of capacitating and empowering and also considering that some of the targeted participants may not have much experience, so more time will be required.
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PAICTSA, in partnership with Splunk gives you access to the eLearning version of all 22 of the following single-subject courses in the Knowledge Manager and Search Expert learning paths. You will have access to the videos for 12 months. Additionally, eLearning offerings with labs will allow you to access the labs up to three times over the 12-month period. Each lab access lasts 4 hours.
This eLearning course introduces students to what machine data is—and how Splunk can leverage operational intelligence to investigate and respond to incidents in their organizations.
This eLearning course teaches students how to use Splunk to create reports and dashboards and explore events using Splunk’s Search Processing Language. Students will learn the basics of Splunk’s architecture, user roles, and how to navigate the Splunk Web interface to create robust searches, reports, visualizations, and dashboards.
This course is for power users who want to learn about fields and how to use fields in searches. Topics will focus on explaining the role of fields in searches, field discovery, using fields in searches, and the difference between persistent and temporary fields.
This eLearning course teaches students how to use scheduled reports and alerts to automate processes in their organization. Students will create, manage, and schedule reports and alerts, and use alert actions to further respond to incidents as they occur.
This eLearning course teaches students how to create visualizations in Splunk, using Splunk’s Search Processing Language as well as the Splunk Web interface. Students will learn commands that allow data to be displayed on charts and graphs, transform geographic data into maps, create single value visualizations, and use Splunk’s visual formatting options to change the look of statistical tables.
This course is for power users who want to become experts at using time in searches. Topics will focus on searching and formatting time, in addition to using time commands and working with time zones.
This course is for power users who want to identify and use transforming commands and eval functions to calculate statistics on their data. Topics will cover data series types, primary transforming commands, mathematical and statistical eval functions, using eval as a function, and the rename and sort commands.
This course is for power users who want to learn how to compare field values using eval functions and eval expressions. Topics will focus on using the comparison and conditional functions of the eval command, and using eval expressions with the field format and where commands.
This three-hour course is for power users who want to use commands to manipulate output and normalize data. Topics will focus on specific commands for manipulating fields and field values and modifying result sets. Additionally, students will learn how to use specific eval command functions to normalize fields and field values across multiple data sources.
This course is designed for power users who want to learn how to use lookups and subsearches to enrich their results. Topics will focus on lookup commands and explore how to use subsearches to correlate and filter data from multiple sources.
This course is for power users who want to learn how to calculate co-occurrence between fields and analyze data from multiple datasets. Topics will focus on the transaction, append, appendcols, union, and join commands.
This eLearning course gives students additional insight into how Splunk processes searches. Students will learn about Splunk architecture, how components of a search are broken down and distributed across the pipeline, and how to troubleshoot searches when results are not returning as expected.
This course is for power users who want to become experts on searching and manipulating multivalue data. Topics will focus on using multivalue eval functions and multivalue commands to create, evaluate, and analyze multivalue data.
This eLearning course teaches students about how different types of knowledge objects to extract additional insights from their data. Students will learn the basics of how to create knowledge objects, define their settings, edit, and manage existing knowledge objects.
This course is for knowledge managers who want to learn how to create knowledge objects for their search environment using the Splunk web interface. Topics will cover types of knowledge objects, the search-time operation sequence, and the processes for creating event types, workflow actions, tags, aliases, search macros, and calculated fields.
This course is for knowledge managers who want to learn about field extraction and the Field Extractor (FX) utility. Topics will cover when certain fields are extracted and how to use the FX to create regex and delimited field extractions.
This course is for knowledge managers who want to use lookups to enrich their search environment. Topics will introduce lookup types and cover how to upload and define lookups, create automatic lookups, and use advanced lookup options. Additionally, students will learn how to verify lookup contents in search and review lookup best practices.
This course is designed for power users who want to learn best practices for building dashboards in the Dashboard Studio. It focuses on dashboard creation, including prototyping, the dashboard definition, layout types, adding visualizations, and dynamic coloring.
This course is designed for power users who want to learn best practices for building dashboards in the Dashboard Studio. It focuses on creating inputs, chain searches, event annotations, and improving dashboard performance.
This course is designed for power users who want to create maps in Splunk. It focuses on the data and components required to create cluster and choropleth maps. It also shows how to format, customize and make maps interactive.
This course is for power users who want to improve search performance. Topics will cover how search modes affect performance, how to create an efficient basic search, how to accelerate reports and data models, and how to use the stats command to quickly query data.