The Splunk Machine Learning Toolkit is packed with machine learning algorithms, new visualizations, web assistant and much more. This blog sheds light on some features and commands in Splunk Machine Learning Toolkit (MLTK) or Core Splunk Enterprise that are lesser known and will assist you in various steps of your model creation or development. With […]
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There are multiple (almost discretely infinite) methods of outlier detection. In this blog I will highlight a few common and simple methods that do not require Splunk MLTK (Machine Learning Toolkit) and discuss visuals (that require the MLTK) that will complement presentation of outliers in any scenario. This blog will cover the widely accepted method […]
We are pleased to announce the release of Config Quest 3.0, which further enhances this popular and innovative application. The new release introduces a new ‘File Config Quest‘ dashboard, allowing users to navigate through the file systems all Splunk hosts remotely and to compare file listings against one another. This post will run through some […]
Part II of the Forecasting Time Series blog provides a step by step guide for fitting an ARIMA model using Splunk’s Machine Learning Toolkit. ARIMA models can be used in a variety of business use cases. Here are a few examples of where we can use them: Detecting anomalies and their impact on the data […]
In this blog we will use a classification approach for predicting Spam messages. A classification approach categorizes your observations/events in discrete groups which explain the relationship between explanatory and dependent variables which are your field(s) to predict. Some examples of where you can apply classification in business projects are: categorizing claims to identify fraudulent behaviour, […]
Splunk Enterprise 7.2 is the latest release from Splunk and was made available during Splunk .conf18 in Orlando. Many new features were added which will improve Splunk Enterprise from administration and user experience, to analytics and data onboarding.
In this blog we will begin to show how Splunk and the Machine Learning Toolkit can be used with time series data, which is generally the most common type of data that is kept in Splunk!
In our previous blog we walked through steps on installing the Splunk Machine Learning Toolkit and showcased some of the analytical capabilities of the app. In this blog we will deep dive into an example dataset and use the ‘Predict Numeric Fields’ assistant to help us answer some questions about it. The sample dataset used […]
Paul and Dhiren from the Discovered Intelligence team won the first annual IoT Hackathon at the Splunk Partner Technical Symposium in New Orleans last week. The IoT hackathon called for the creation of a fleet management system, using open data sources from the Ford GoBike Bay area bike share program. Using this data set and […]
The Splunk Machine Learning Toolkit (MLTK) assists in applying machine learning techniques and methods against your data. This article discusses how to get started with the MLTK including installation and some initial testing and examples.
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