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, predicting best retail location for new stores, pattern recognition and predicting spam messages via email or text. Read more
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. Read more
Discovered Intelligence is proud to announce that co-founder and Partner Josh Diakun was inducted into the 2019 SplunkTrust class at this year’s Splunk .conf18!
SplunkTrust members are the most dedicated members of the Splunk community. They assist other members, participate in events, demonstrate the power of Splunk’s products and services, and help identify future product needs.
As a leader at Discovered Intelligence, Josh demonstrates these values every day and it is an amazing recognition of the contributions he has made.
Congratulations Josh! We look forward to seeing you with your Fez!
Looking to master your Operational data? Authored by leading experts from Discovered Intelligence; the Third Edition of the Splunk Operational Intelligence Cookbook has been completely refreshed for Splunk 7.1 and provides hands-on, easy to follow recipes that will have you mastering Splunk and discovering new insights from your operational data in no time. Leveraging our years of expertise, the book is filled with best practices and packed with content, that will get you hands-on with Splunk right from the first chapter.
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A week ago, I had the privilege of attending the annual Splunk Partner Technical Symposium in New Orleans along with a colleague. At this event, we entered and won the 1st annual IoT Hackathon, sponsored by AWS. The Hackathon tasked us with developing a fleet management solution using Ford GoBike IoT (Internet of Things) data. This post outlines the developed solution and the various data sources and tools we used. Overall, it was a great and fun exercise and helps illustrate how feature rich solutions can be developed in a very short amount of time using Splunk Enterprise. Read more
Paul and Dhiren from the Discovered Intelligence team won the first annual IoT (Internet of Things) Hackathon at the Splunk Partner Technical Symposium in New Orleans last week.
The 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 other sources, the team were able to develop a comprehensive solution using Splunk; incorporating data science techniques, visualizations, and advanced searches. Full details of the winning solution will be posted on Friday, so stay tuned!
Congratulations to Paul and Dhiren – another win for our skilled Discovered Intelligence team!
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. Read more
We are pleased to announce the release of our latest Splunk certified app, Config Quest for Splunk.
Config Quest is an awesome lightweight utility from Discovered Intelligence for searching and reviewing Splunk configurations on any Splunk server directly from your search head! Use Config Quest to search for any stanza or configuration parameter, in any selected app, across any Splunk server in your environment.
To mark Splunk .conf 2017, Discovered Intelligence is pleased to announce that the second edition of the Splunk Operational Intelligence Cookbook will be available at a discount until October 31st, 2017!
Splunk’s Table Datasets feature was first introduced in version 6.5. It added the ability to manipulate data in a tabular form for users who are unfamiliar with Splunk Search Processing Language (SPL). Users can generate reports, tables and pivot models to extract operational knowledge from their data. Read more
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