This month’s Splunk Lantern update gives you the low-down on all of the articles we’ve published over the past month across Security, Observability, our new Use Case Explorers, and more. We’ve also got some updates on fresh Lantern functionality that you might find helpful to know. Read on to see what’s new!
We’ve published several new articles throughout July that focus on the capabilities of content packs you can use with IT Service Intelligence (ITSI). You’ll learn what’s included within each content pack, with a breakdown of all of the dashboards, glass tables, services, and more that you get by default when you add each content pack. Dive into each article to find out more:
Finally, we know that SAP environments are critical to many types of enterprise workloads, and we’re working to help Splunk users understand the varied ways they can implement effective SAP monitoring using Splunk. We’ve published a new SAP data source page that introduces you to the Apps and Add-ons you’ll need to help you configure and work with SAP data, and a new use case, Monitoring SAP instance service health, that shows you how you can use Splunk Service Intelligence for SAP Solutions to get real time visibility into your SAP stack.
Did you know that you can access Lantern guidance while you’re using Splunk? Splunk Product Guidance (SPG) augments your Splunk Cloud deployment and allows you to search Lantern’s use case and data source articles, giving you timely guidance when you need it most - while you’re searching and working inside the Splunk Cloud Platform itself.
We’ve recently released some enhancements that make SPG more user-friendly. You can now drag and drop the SPG widget to anywhere on your screen, and when the SPG bot is expanded, you can resize it to make it smaller or bigger. These quality-of-life improvements should make working with SPG a better experience, allowing you to move it out of the way when you don’t need it, and adjust its size to your preference while you’re using it.
We hope you’ve found this update helpful. Thanks for reading!
— Kaye Chapman, Customer Journey Content Curator for Splunk Lantern