Machine Learning Toolkit and Showcase
The Machine Learning Toolkit and Showcase App (preview) delivers showcases, new SPL commands, and examples to explore a variety of machine learning concepts. Each showcase includes end-to-end examples with sample datasets, plus the ability to apply the showcases and SPL commands to your own data. You can inspect the showcase panels and underlying code to see how it all works and then create custom dashboards to suit your needs. Showcases: * Predict Numeric Fields (Linear Regression): e.g. predict median house values. * Predict Categorical Fields (Logistic Regression): e.g. predict customer churn. * Detect Numeric Outliers (distribution statistics): e.g. detect outliers in IT Ops data. * Detect Categorical Outliers (probabilistic measures): e.g. detect outliers in diabetes patient records. * Forecast Time Series: e.g. forecast data center growth and capacity planning. * Cluster Events (K-means, DBSCAN, Spectral Clustering, BIRCH). New SPL commands: fit, apply, summary, listmodels, and deletemodel
Lookup File Editor App for Splunk Enterprise
Ever want to edit a lookup within Splunk with a user-interface? Now you can. This app provides an Excel-like interface for editing, importing, and exporting lookup files (both KV store and CSV based lookups). This app makes your lookups work on a Search Head Clustered environments too (edits to lookups will be propagated to other search heads). A revision history is maintained for lookups so that you can view or restore older lookups easily in the interface.
Splunk 5.x App for Microsoft Windows
The Splunk App for Microsoft Windows ONLY works on Splunk 5.x systems. For similar functionality on Splunk 6 and later editions, please use the Splunk App for Windows Infrastructure: http://apps.splunk.com/app/1680/ The Splunk App for Windows provides examples of pre-built data inputs, searches, reports, alerts, and dashboards for Windows server and desktop management. You can monitor, manage, and troubleshoot Windows operating systems from one place. Included are scripted inputs for CPU, disk, I/O, memory, log, configuration, and user data, plus a web-based setup UI for indexing Windows Events Logs.