Splunk is known as the Google of machine log analytics. It is an enormously powerful, robust, and real-time big data analytics tool. Splunk can be used as a monitoring, reporting, analyzing, security information, and event management tool among other things. It takes the valuable machine-generated data and converts it into powerful operational intelligence by delivering insights through reports, charts, and alerts. With the instant results that Splunk provides, users can perform effective root cause analysis to troubleshoot and resolve the issue of any criticality. Splunk's architecture comprises components that are responsible for data ingestion, indexing, and analytics. Integration of Splunk with the TCPWave DDI enables the Splunk agent to collect the logs from IPAM, DNS, and DHCP appliances in one place.
To view the logs on the Splunk appliance:
Splunk can also be used to detect the following: