Month: May 2020


Forgot Password in Splunk

One of the most common questions that pop up while logging in is what was my password? It can be a torment to forget passwords and make repeated failed attempts which makes it even worse. But everyone experiences this at some point in some situation or the other. Often, too many wrong attempts lead to blocking of the account temporarily refraining one from using it […]

ITSI Backup

ITSI Backup and Restore

• With Backup/Restore UI in Splunk Web, it is possible to back up and restore ITSI (IT Service Intelligence) configuration data. Also, you can do this by manually executing the script kvstore_to_json.py from the command line.   • The ITSI configuration data stowed in the KV store is backed up using ITSI backup which embraces services, KPIs, KPI […]

How Effective is Splunk Dashboard In The Time Of COVID-19?

When the entire world is fighting against the deadly novel coronavirus, the Splunk dashboard, an interactive COVID-19 platform comes for the rescue. We know that organizations are dependent on data for various business purposes. These data also assist in curbing the spread of novel coronavirus and improving treatment outcomes. It lets the government and healthcare administrators implement […]

Splunk Cloud Gateway

Splunk Cloud Gateway

Augmented Reality (AR) is for real-world circumstances and the computer-generated knowledge augments its components.   Augmented Reality is applied in various fields such as:  · Marketing   · Travel Navigation  · Repair and Maintenance  · Entertainment   · Medical  · Education, etc…  In this post, let’s see how “Splunk Cloud Gateway” and its configuration are applied for Splunk AR.  Splunk Cloud Gateway is a […]

STATS Commands

Difference Between STATS Commands (stats, eventstats, streamstats and tstats)

This post is to explicate the working of statistic command and how it differs. The main commands available in Splunk are stats, eventstats, streamstats, and tstats.  As an analyst, we come across many dashboards while making dashboards, alerts, or understanding existing dashboards. These are indeed challenging to understand but they make our work easy. So let’s find out how these stats commands work.  What are Stats Commands in Splunk? The purpose of statistics or stats commands is to calculate summary statistics on the […]

Join Command

Join Command

 The Join command in Splunk helps to combine the sub search results with that of the main search. To do this, we need one or more common fields. You can also use the self-join command to combine a search result set to itself. The join command is also called a centralized streaming command when a pre-defined set of fields to join is available. Use this command when […]

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