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Can I run Splunk on a Virtual Machine in a NetLab environment to monitor traffic, Active Directory, etc?

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I will be competing in a CCDC event and was wondering if I will be able to use Splunk on a VM in a NetLab environment to monitor attacks, traffic, Active Directory, etc by the Red Team of attackers. Any help is greatly appreciated. This is my first time using this program so I am very green. Thanks again

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Re: Can I run Splunk on a Virtual Machine in a NetLab environment to monitor traffic, Active Directory, etc?

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There is a good doc to get you going on sizing, link below.

http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/6.2.1/Capacity/Referencehardware

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Re: Can I run Splunk on a Virtual Machine in a NetLab environment to monitor traffic, Active Directory, etc?

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Thank you for the link. I don't believe sizing will be an issue for me. I'm starting to look into Apps and Add-ons to meet my needs. Thank you again!

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Re: Can I run Splunk on a Virtual Machine in a NetLab environment to monitor traffic, Active Directory, etc?

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I believe this is something that will work for what I am needing. IF you have any experience with this, please let me know. I am trying to learn as much as possible and welcome any/all input and feedback. Thanks

http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/MSApp/1.1.0/MSInfra/Releasenotes

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Re: Can I run Splunk on a Virtual Machine in a NetLab environment to monitor traffic, Active Directory, etc?

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This is not a bad app at all. I was a co-presenter at Splunk LIve this year and that was one of the apps we demoed. I use the vmWare and netApp apps daily.

apps.splunk.com is a great place to look for more.

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