I am new to the Splunk world and I need help figuring out how to go about learning it.
I am working in an IT security industry.
I want to learn architecture , basics and then my way to Splunk as security solutions. Money is my constraint here therefore please advise me all possible way i can master this tool from scratch.
If you want to start with education see Fundamentals I its free.
Always a good place to find a lot of answers about configuration of splunk is https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation
Than ofcourse splunk>answers where you post you question. Furthermore there are some blogs like https://www.splunk.com/blog
Or a trusties blog https://www.duanewaddle.com/author/dwaddle
Welcome to Splunk ! 🙂
You may start with
Free Splunk Fundamentals 1
Free Splnk Educational videos
Learn how to use Splunk
Splunk Architecture Overview (e-learning)
Download Splunk Enterprise for free and start exploring it
Free trials and download
This should help you to get started and when you have a question, ask the community 🙂
@vijaykummar Splunk Answers itself is a great repository for learning Splunk. Spending 15-60 min here daily teaches me something new everyday! Whichever topic you get stuck with you can search here on Splunk Answers. For example for your question you can check out: https://answers.splunk.com/answers/462710/are-there-any-splunk-training-materials-for-new-us.html
Also check out Splunk .Conf materials: https://conf.splunk.com/conf-online.html
Another quick repository is Splunk: How To channel on Youtube.
I've created a number of Splunk tutorials and videos that you might find useful:
Separately, I've also put together a training class that will get you started with some common Splunk administration work, including building a Splunk instance, onboarding data, using apps on the common information model, and doing some basic searching and reporting work. It's not a replacement for the Splunk classes, but should provide you with enough experience to get started with using and administering Splunk.
Let me know if you have any questions. Good luck with learning Splunk!
This is asked often. Here is the best Q&A that I have seen (some answers may be slightly out of date):