David Carasso, Splunk's Chief Mind, was the third Splunk employee. He has been responsible for innovating and prototyping a class of hard problems at the Splunk core, including developing the search processing language (SPL), dynamic event and source tagging, automatic field extraction, transaction grouping, event aggregation, and timestamping. He holds two patents for his work with Splunk, and lives in Marin County, California, with his wife and three children.
While this book is pretty old for a technology book, it has aged well. A great deal for the price. It is the first published Splunk book, written by the late David Carasso,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by lisle_g
It started off interesting and then I got lost pretty quick. There's no new information in this book that I can't get at the Splunk website.Published 9 months ago by Consumer
I wish I had this book when I began working with Splunk. For those who don't know what Splunk is, be patient. Read morePublished on August 19, 2013 by Bryan S. Sampsel