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Developer Presentation by Jon Rooney and Damien Dallimore at SplunkLive London 2014

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  • While Splunk is well-known as a world-class solution for IT and security professionals around the world, the Splunk platform
  • With the increased speed of product delivery – from an annual cadence with packaged software to continuous deployment with modern cloud services – organizations are under increasing pressure to run a well-oiled, fault tolerant, rapid delivery pipeline in their product development lifecycle. DevOps practices like continuous integration, automated configuration and continuous deployment increase the dependence of systems like task tracking and source code repositories with build servers and test suites.
  • With data moving rapidly through these different tools, it becomes challenging to maintain a grasp of the process. Despite challenges with silo-ed data in various tools, it is still critical to maintain full visibility of the product development journey – from user stories to production data. The various systems and tools contain the data necessary – like task data stored in JIRA, acceptance criteria and test results and the status of builds in QA and staging environments – is trapped in different formats in various tools, without an easily, flexible way to correlate and gain insights from.
  • Splunk increases the speed and efficiency of application development and testing, reducing time to market and enabling DevOps agility with connected visibility across the lifecycle. By starting at the beginning of the Product Development Lifecycle, you can track a problem in production all the way back to the code that was checked into the build and the developer responsible for the code. Using Splunk throughout the Product Development lifecycle allows the customers to be more agile and reduce time to market. Splunk enables continuous development and delivery of enterprise applications across the entire lifecycle, making the entire continuous delivery process seamless and frictionless for developers, testers, and operations personnel. Splunk deliver Application Lifecycle Intelligence – real time, mission critical visibility into every step, system and process involved in shipping new product to your customers.
  • Resolve Issues FasterSplunk enables developers to quickly trace errors to reduce time to market. As code moves from unit testing to staging environments, Splunk can be invaluable in tracking and benchmarking high-volume stress tests.Improve Code Quality and Lifecycle VisibilitySplunk provides visibility into events and activities in the disparate tools and systems that drive the development lifecycle, from task management and code repositories to build and deployment servers. Get real-time insights into automated processes like builds and tests to quickly identify errors to support rapid release cycles.Usage analyticsSplunk's late binding schema and powerful search language help developers analyze semantic data and deliver powerful business-level insights around usertrends, preferences, feature adoption, and more. By writing intelligence in the application logs through the practice of semantic logging, developers can use thelogs generated from custom applications to get powerful business insights without building or implementing special-purpose software. You have no controlover other systems events.With custom application development, you have full control over events that you write. While most events are written by developersto help them debug and some events are written to form an audit trail, semantic events are written explicitly for the gathering of analytics
  • We have many customers who have applied Splunk’s ability to collect, index and analyze disparate machine data in real time to the product development process, gaining critical Application Lifecycle intelligence.
  • As the Splunk platform evolves you can see how the Development capabilities have expanded to enable developers to better build on Splunk’s core capabilities. Let’s double click into the Developer platform….
  • BUILD SPLUNK APPSThe Splunk Web Framework makes building a Splunk app looks and feels like building any modern web application.  The Simple Dashboard Editor makes it easy to BUILD interactive dashboards and user workflows as well as add custom styling, behavior and visualizations. Simple XML is ideal for fast, lightweight app customization and building. Simple XML development requires minimal coding knowledge and is well-suited for Splunk power users in IT to get fast visualization and analytics from their machine data. Simple XML also lets the developer “escape” to HTML with one click to do more powerful customization and integration with JavaScript. Developers looking for more advanced functionality and capabilities can build Splunk apps from the ground up using popular, standards-based web technologies: JavaScript and Django. The Splunk Web Framework lets developers quickly create Splunk apps by using prebuilt components, styles, templates, and reusable samples as well as supporting the development of custom logic, interactions, components, and UI. Developers can choose to program their Splunk app using Simple XML, JavaScript or Django (or any combination thereof).EXTEND AND INTEGRATE SPLUNKSplunk Enterprise is a robust, fully-integrated platform that enables developers to INTEGRATE data and functionality from Splunk software into applications across the organization using Software Development Kits (SDKs) for Java, JavaScript, C#, Python, PHP and Ruby. These SDKs make it easier to code to the open REST API that sits on top of the Splunk Engine. With almost 200 endpoints, the REST API lets developers do programmatically what any end user can do in the UI and more. The Splunk SDKs include documentation, code samples, resources and tools to make it faster and more efficient to program against the Splunk REST API using constructs and syntax familiar to developers experienced with Java, Python, JavaScript, PHP, Ruby and C#. Developers can easily manage HTTP access, authentication and namespaces in just a few lines of code.  Developers can use the Splunk SDKs to: - Run real-time searches and retrieve Splunk data from line-of-business systems like Customer Service applications - Integrate data and visualizations (charts, tables) from Splunk into BI tools and reporting dashboards- Build mobile applications with real-time KPI dashboards and alerts powered by Splunk - Log directly to Splunk from remote devices and applications via TCP, UDP and HTTP- Build customer-facing dashboards in your applications powered by user-specific data in Splunk - Manage a Splunk instance, including adding and removing users as well as creating data inputs from an application outside of Splunk- Programmatically extract data from Splunk for long-term data warehousingDevelopers can EXTEND the power of Splunk software with programmatic control over search commands, data sources and data enrichment. Splunk Enterprise offers search extensibility through: - Custom Search Commands - developers can add a custom search script (in Python) to Splunk to create own search commands. To build a search that runs recursively, developers need to make calls directly to the REST API- Scripted Lookups: developers can programmatically script lookups via Python.- Scripted Alerts: can trigger a shell script or batch file (we provide guidance for Python and PERL).- Search Macros: make chunks of a search reuseable in multiple places, including saved and ad hoc searches.  Splunk also provides developers with other mechanisms to extend the power of the platform.-Data Models: allow developers to abstract away the search language syntax, making Splunk queries (and thus, functionality) more manageable and portable/shareable. - Modular Inputs: allow developers to extend Splunk to programmatically manage custom data input functionality via REST.
  • Splunk is a fully-integrated platform that delivers rapid time-to-value to application developers. Developers can build robust applications on Splunk that deliver real-time business insights like clickstream analysis, IT early-warning systems, security and fraud protection at enterprise-grade scale using the languages, frameworks and tools that they know and love. Applications built on Splunk can deliver segmented, secure data to customers in any UI, powering your core product or service with real-time operational intelligence making Splunk more valuable and more relevant to more users. The Splunk Web Framework makes building a Splunk app looks and feels like building any modern web application.  The Simple Dashboard Editor makes it easy to build interactive dashboards and user workflows as well as add custom styling, behavior and visualizations. Simple XML is ideal for fast, lightweight app customization and building. Simple XML development requires minimal coding knowledge and is well-suited for Splunk power users in IT to get fast visualization and analytics from their machine data. Simple XML also lets the developer “escape” to HTML with one click to do more powerful customization and integration with JavaScript. Developers looking for more advanced functionality and capabilities can build Splunk apps from the ground up using popular, standards-based web technologies: JavaScript and Django. The Splunk Web Framework lets developers quickly create Splunk apps by using prebuilt components, styles, templates, and reusable samples as well as supporting the development of custom logic, interactions, components, and UI. Developers can choose to program their Splunk app using Simple XML, JavaScript or Django (or any combination thereof).Use Simple XML for fast, lightweight dashboard building as well as add custom styling, behavior and visualizationsUse JavaScript for client-side development Use Python and the Django framework for server-side development
  • The Splunk SDKs empower developers to deliver greater operational agility throughout the enterprise by making it easy to integrate data from Splunk with other applications. Splunk provides a fully-documented and supported REST API with nearly 200 endpoints that let developers programmatically index, search and visualize data in Splunk from any application. Splunk’s SDKs, built on that API, make it easy for developers to integrate data from Splunk with other applications across the enterprise, from custom-built mobile reporting apps to off-the-shelf CRM solutions. Splunk offers SDKs for Python, Java, JavaScript, PHP, Ruby and C#. Developers can use the Splunk SDKs to: Run real-time searches and retrieve Splunk data from line-of-business systems like Customer Service applications Integrate data and visualizations (charts, tables) from Splunk into BI tools and reporting dashboardsBuild mobile applications with real-time KPI dashboards and alerts powered by Splunk Log directly to Splunk from remote devices and applications via TCP, UDP and HTTPBuild customer-facing dashboards in your applications powered by user-specific data in Splunk Manage a Splunk instance, including adding and removing users as well as creating data inputs from an application outside of SplunkProgrammatically extract data from Splunk for long-term data warehousingInteract with data stored in Hadoop using HUNK
  • Not talking about these , but grab me laterAsk audience for who has developed , who are coders
  • Journey , get data in , search , visualize
  • Half the battle is often just getting the data in.Data first , sexy next.
  • Tesla joke
  • Refer to Twitter demo / sentiment analysis4SQ , create map viz , show html then segway into customsearch commands with haversine
  • Sentiment search command on twitter screen
  • Show code from searchcommands_app
  • Splunk is a fully-integrated platform that delivers rapid time-to-value to application developers. Developers can build robust applications on Splunk that deliver real-time business insights like clickstream analysis, IT early-warning systems, security and fraud protection at enterprise-grade scale using the languages, frameworks and tools that they know and love. Applications built on Splunk can deliver segmented, secure data to customers in any UI, powering your core product or service with real-time operational intelligence making Splunk more valuable and more relevant to more users. The Splunk Web Framework makes building a Splunk app looks and feels like building any modern web application.  The Simple Dashboard Editor makes it easy to build interactive dashboards and user workflows as well as add custom styling, behavior and visualizations. Simple XML is ideal for fast, lightweight app customization and building. Simple XML development requires minimal coding knowledge and is well-suited for Splunk power users in IT to get fast visualization and analytics from their machine data. Simple XML also lets the developer “escape” to HTML with one click to do more powerful customization and integration with JavaScript. Developers looking for more advanced functionality and capabilities can build Splunk apps from the ground up using popular, standards-based web technologies: JavaScript and Django. The Splunk Web Framework lets developers quickly create Splunk apps by using prebuilt components, styles, templates, and reusable samples as well as supporting the development of custom logic, interactions, components, and UI. Developers can choose to program their Splunk app using Simple XML, JavaScript or Django (or any combination thereof).Use Simple XML for fast, lightweight dashboard building as well as add custom styling, behavior and visualizationsUse JavaScript for client-side development Use Python and the Django framework for server-side development
  • The Web Framework Toolkit ships with support for the following visualization libraries:Sankey ChartGlobeBubble ChartForce DirectedCal HeatParallel CoordinatesParallel SetsSunburst (Doughnut++)
  • Closely relatedsupport for visual dashboard editor or PDF printing
  • The Web Framework Toolkit ships with support for the following visualization libraries:Sankey ChartGlobeBubble ChartForce DirectedCal HeatParallel CoordinatesParallel SetsSunburst (Doughnut++)
  • Build even more compelling appsUniversal drilldownIndividual refreshPan/zoomMulti time range pickersChart overlayAxis label rotationMore from control options (checkboxes ,multi input selections )
  • Make moneyMake your Splunk App a commercial offering. You can list it on Splunk Apps and get the benefit of that web presence and traffic and then redirect users to your own hosted site where your App is monetized. Generate leads , sell splunk licenses , differentiate from the competition.Promote your companyMany Splunk Apps are for the products of our technology partners. Take advantage of this marketing platform , generate more leads for your business via your Splunk creations , sell more license revenue or generate more service revenue if you are a Splunk reseller/partner.Community and CollaborationBecome part of the Splunk developer ecosystem , collaborate on Splunk Apps and Github , creating exciting new Apps that utilize the power of the Splunk platform to tackle innovative new data solutions.Share / Give BackSplunk Apps has loads of great content , most of it free. So why not give back also if you are using a lot of this content.Get a job / Build a careerI’ve seen a lot of resumes over the years. What makes a technical IT resume stand out from the crowd for me is often your involvement in community and collaborative projects.Learn new skills / Educate yourselfThe techniques involved in building Splunk Apps and Add-ons expose you to a rich landscape of software development and general IT skills. Multiple language development, Web development, APIs, Networking skills , OS and Hardware skills, Maths and Statistics skills etc… Splunk is a fantastic IT learning platform. And what better way to get some practical skills than by building something.Hadoop productivityWith the introduction of HUNK , we have significantly lowered the barrier to get productive results with data locked away in HDFS.So you can build a Splunk App to deliver insights on whatever data you have in HDFS that you are finding difficult to unleash.Do goodWalk in the footsteps of our Splunk for Good initiative and use data and your Splunk App to do some good in this world. There is so much publicly available data that could be used for this purpose i.e.: as 1 such idea you could create an App that uses Social Data and Sentiment Analysis to detect and combat cyberbullying.Open up new data sources for others to collaborate onData can sometimes be hard to get at. A Splunk Add-on can make it easier for others to get at that data so they can start being productive. They may even reuse your Add-on as part of a grander Splunk App.Solve problems , make new discoveriesThe true essence of innovation , creating and discovering new things that have not been done before. Use Splunk to make new discoveries in data and bundle this up in a Splunk App for the community to springboard off.Oh , and one more reason , it’s really fun and rewarding to create things !! Especially with the tremendous resource of data that we have at our disposal , you are only limited by your own imaginations.
  • .conf2013 war our 3rd annual conferenceHeld in Las Vegas at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in September.Goal here is to make our customers smarter, because smarter customers find new ways to use Splunk and tell their colleagues to use Splunk. Specific conference goals:Help customers answer: Where will your data take you?Empower customers with knowledgeFoster deep, supportive relationships within the Splunk communityGarner rich feedback and input to create a better SplunkReinforce Splunk CommunityEquip Customers and Partners with skills for successCreate channel for sharing best practices—expanding use casesLive, in-person venue for trainingFoundation for everything Splunk--future Users’ Conferences, regional user groups, fueling Splunkbase and Splunk Answers…Successful customers=happy customers=more Splunk sales!

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  • 1. Copyright © 2014 Splunk Inc. Developer Platform Jon Rooney Director of Developer Marketing Damien Dallimore Developer Evangelist
  • 2. Who is Jon Rooney? Director of Developer Marketing Splunker since April 2012 Based in Splunk’s Seattle Office Veteran of Microsoft, start-ups, Accenture 2
  • 3. What Does Splunk Have to Do with Developers? 3
  • 4. Application Development Challenges 4 Build Deployment Server QA / Test Staging Environment Continuous Integration / Build Server Source Repository Task Tracking Local Build
  • 5. Application Development Challenges 5 Build Deployment Server QA / Test Staging Environment Continuous Integration / Build Server Source Repository Task Tracking Local Build Lack of visibility across the product development lifecycle Slows down the ability to detect and troubleshoot errors Limited visibility into application usage and performance
  • 6. 6 CI / Build Servers Project and Issue Tracking Code Repository QA / Testing Tools Splunk can solve these problems Deployment Servers
  • 7. Splunk for Application Lifecycle Intelligence 7 Reduce Time to Market Resolve issues faster Gain Agility Improve Code Quality and Lifecycle Visibility Generate Application Insights Instrument Analytics
  • 8. Demo
  • 9. Customer Successes 9
  • 10. Touring the Splunk Developer Platform
  • 11. Evolving the Splunk Platform Collection Indexing Search Processing Language Core Functions Inputs, Apps, Other Content SDKs Operational Intelligence Platform Content Core Engine User and Developer Interfaces Web Framework REST API
  • 12. Powerful Platform for Enterprise Developers 12 REST API Build Splunk Apps Extend and Integrate Splunk Simple XML JavaScript Django Web Framework Java JavaScript Python Ruby C# PHP Data Models Search Extensibility Modular Inputs SDKs
  • 13. Splunk Web Framework 13 Familiar Technologies - Code with JavaScript & Django/Python - HTML5/CSS/JS Support - Built on JQuery & Backbone.js Flexible and Extensible - Create custom layouts - Integrate visualizations like Sankey charts, heat maps and bubble charts - SimpleXML to HTML Conversion Simple XML JavaScript Django Web Framework
  • 14. Log directly to Splunk via TCP, UDP, HTTP Integrate search results with other applications using custom visualizations Create and run searches from other applications The REST API and SDKs 14 VisualizeSearch Manage Add/Delete Users Manage Inputs Index
  • 15. Let’s dig a bit deeper
  • 16. Who is Damien Dallimore 16 Worldwide Developer Evangelist @ Splunk I develop I talk about developing Helping to build the Splunk developer ecosystem Came from the Splunk Community Once was a customer Coder
  • 17. I develop 17 All 100% free and open sourced , published to Splunk Apps , source code on Github
  • 18. An Open Platform for Developers 18 Splunk is an open and extensible platform at numerous different touchpoints for developers Extensibility creates ecosystems
  • 19. A Developer’s Smorgasboard 19 • CLI • REST API • 6 language SDKs • Splunkbase Apps / Add-ons • Custom search commands • Scripted Inputs • Modular Inputs • The Web Framework • Standard HTML/Javascript/CSS • Data Models • External scripted lookups • Custom REST Endpoints • Tools , utilitys and librarys • Integrations with other software frameworks (Spring) • Hadoop dev with HUNK • Custom user interfaces / visualizations • Mobile with Bugsense • Custom data connectors (ODBC) • Custom authentication handlers
  • 20. Which Splunk Product for Devs ? 20 Splunk> Enterprise : Free to download and use. Index 500 MB/day. Splunk> Cloud : Premium, cloud hosted. Full Enterprise stack. Splunk> AMIs : BYOL versions for Amazon AWS Cloud. Hunk> : Splunk for data in Hadoop clusters. Same platform, same easy apps. Splunk> Storm : Free to use, cloud hosted. 20GB/30days.
  • 21. Modular Inputs
  • 22. Modular Inputs 22 • Extend the Splunk framework to define a custom input capability, just like the standard inputs you are familiar with (TCP/UDP/File etc…) • Splunk treats your custom input definitions as if they were part of Splunk's native inputs, totally integrated first class citizen objects in Splunk • Users interactively create and update your custom inputs using Splunk manager, just as they do for native inputs. • When deploying without a UI , you push out the inputs.conf file. • All the properties are fully manageable via the REST API • Version 5.0 +
  • 23. 23
  • 24. Developing 24 • My preference is to use Python, however any language can be used. • http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/latest/AdvancedDev/ModInputsIntro • There is a certain amount of “plumbing” to put in place , so I like utilities that take care of this for you, so you can just focus on the business logic. • Java,Python,C# SDKs also have Modular Input APIs • Eclipse plugin has a wizard for creating Modular Inputs in Java
  • 25. REST : The Data Potential 25 • Twitter • Foursquare • LinkedIn • Facebook • Fitbit • Amazon • Yahoo • Reddit • YouTube • Flickr • Wikipedia • GNIP • Box • Okta • Datasift • Google APIs • Weather Services • Seismic monitoring • Publicly available socio-economic data • Traffic data • Stock monitoring • Security service providers • Proprietary systems and platforms • Other “data related” software products • The REST “dataverse” is vast , but I think you get the point. There is a world of data out there available via REST that can be brought into Splunk, correlated and enriched against your existing data, or used for entirely new uses cases that you might conceive of once you see what is available and where your data might take you.
  • 26. You are only limited by your own “data imagination” 26
  • 27. Demo
  • 28. Custom Search Commands
  • 29. Splunk Search 29 • Splunk’s search and querying language is called SPL • Allows you to search, analyze and manipulate your data. • Designed with the “unix pipeline” in mind – a “search pipeline” • From a (simplistic) mental point of view: – Series of commands – Each commands takes the input of the previous one – Each command outputs a sparse table
  • 30. Splunk Search - Example 1: 30 “index=_internal foo | eval bar=... | stats count by bar” • Initial command fetches result from index/raw data store, and outputs a table, with a row for each event, and a column for each field (not all rows have all columns) • Second command adds a new column to each row, “bar” • Third command looks at all the unique values of “bar”, and counts how many rows each value has. • Note that the last command completely transformed the table, hence it is a “transforming” or “non-streaming” command. • The second command was merely additive, known as a “streaming” command. • You can also have “generating” commands ie: inputlookup
  • 31. Custom Search Commands 31 • Just like the “eval” or “stats” commands, you can write your own “search commands”. • Python scripts which take data on stdin, and output data on stdout • Data comes in/out as CSV (with special handling for MV fields) • Many of Splunk’s builtin commands are written as Python scripts (e.g. head, return, transpose)
  • 32. Custom Search Commands: Building Blocks 32 Custom search commands are built in two parts: • A Python script containing the implementation • An entry in commands.conf declaring configuring the command • Splunk SDK for Python has librarys and examples for creating custom search commands
  • 33. Source Code !
  • 34. Web Framework
  • 35. Splunk Web Framework 35 Familiar Technologies - Code with JavaScript & Django/Python - HTML5/CSS/JS Support - Built on JQuery & Backbone.js Flexible and Extensible - Create custom layouts - Integrate visualizations like Sankey charts, heat maps and bubble charts - SimpleXML to HTML Conversion Simple XML JavaScript Django Web Framework
  • 36. Splunk JS Stack & Django Bindings Concepts 36 Managers • Search Query Wrappers • SearchManager and SaveSearch Manager • Include Search Parameters • Available within Django or JavaScript
  • 37. Splunk JS Stack & Django Bindings Concepts 37 Splunk Views • UI widgets • Designed to work with Search Managers • Charts, Maps, Inputs, Timelin e, TimePicker, etc.
  • 38. Splunk JS Stack & Django Bindings Concepts 38 URL Maps & Django View • URL Maps enable custom routes • Django Views, enable custom logic to provide to templates
  • 39. Splunk JS Stack & Django Bindings Concepts 39 Templates & Template Tags • Templates enable quick layout options • Templates support inheritance of other templates • Tags call a Python function can be used for: – Text manipulation – Flow control – Load external information – … and more
  • 40. Splunk JS Stack & Django Bindings Concepts 40 Data Binding using Tokens • Token based data-binding mechanism that keep shared data in sync. • Enables in-page interactivity
  • 41. Web Framework Toolkit App 41 • Improved productivity for developing your own Web Framework based apps • Reusable Visualization • Packaged to lower the effort of adding cool visualizations • Improved Developer focused Command Line Tools • Getting started templates • Automates common tasks • Includes examples pages demonstrating advanced concepts.
  • 42. SimpleXML converted to HTML 42 • Transition a Simple XML page to HTML/JS • Option to overwrite/edit existing dashboard or create new • Full Splunk JS Stack is available (Add custom viz, tokens, etc.) • Does not include Django backend • No support for visual dashboard editor or PDF printing
  • 43. Simple XML with JS Import 43
  • 44. Splunk 6 Dashboard Examples App 44
  • 45. Custom Visualizations
  • 46. My Guiding Viz Principle 50 The visualization must be simple and intuitive to understand and derive meaning from at a glance. Cool viz , but what are you telling me ?
  • 47. So many options , which one for me ? Splunk Web Form Editor – If you are not a coder , not familiar with Simple XML Edit Simple XML – Familiar with Simple XML , what to customize more Convert Simple XML to HTML/JS – Coder , want to see the underlying JS/HTML , want custom UI behavior above Simple XML, want to use some other JS/CSS Simple XML JS Import – Closely related to the above , perhaps you still want dashboard editing / PDF export Django – Previous benefits + want to leverage Django tags , want custom server side processing in Django views 51
  • 48. Splunk 6.1 Features For Building Apps 52
  • 49. Mobile Developers
  • 50. Company Overview The right toolset for analyzing and troubleshooting mobile apps in real-time 54 Deliver high quality, engaging apps. Splunk BugSense
  • 51. 55 Capabilities Mobile Data HTML5 dashboard • Actionable reports • Easy to use How It Works Cross Platform SDKs • Install in < 5 min • Crashes/Errors • Events • Sessions • Transactions Bug Sense Cloud • Highly Scalable • Secure • Cloud Service • Highly available • Cost-effective
  • 52. Integration (Android) 1. Add the .jar (download or use Maven/Gradle) & import 2. Add the permissions 3. Initialize:
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  • 56. Why Develop
  • 57. WHY should you develop ? 61 Make money , Promote your company, Make sales ! Community and collaboration Share / Give Back Get a job / Build a career Learn new skills / Educate yourself and others Hadoop productivity Do good Open up new data sources for others to collaborate on We talk a lot about the how , what , where and who ….. but what about the WHY
  • 58. apps.splunk.com 62
  • 59. Wrap Up and Questions
  • 60. Splunk Developer License 64
  • 61. Where to go for More Info • Tutorials, Code Samples, Getting Started, Downloads – http://dev.splunk.com/ • Splunk Apps – https://apps.splunk.com • GitHub – https://github.com/splunk/ • Twitter – https://twitter.com/splunkdev • Blogs – http://blogs.splunk.com/dev/ 65
  • 62. The 5th Annual Splunk WWUC • 50+ Customer speakers • 30+ Apps in Splunk Apps Showcase • 30+ Technology Partners • Ask The Experts • Sales Meetings • Business Value ROI booth conf.splunk.com • Las Vegas: Oct 6-9, 2014 • The MGM Grand Hotel • 4000+ IT and Business Professionals • 3 days of content, 130+ sessions • 3 days of Splunk University • Get Certified!
  • 63. Thank you