Python 2’s End-of-Life is rapidly approaching, here’s what that means for your Splunk Deployment

In case you missed it, the version of Python that Splunk currently bundles and ships in Enterprise (Python 2.7) will be end-of-life January 1, 2020. How will this impact your Splunk deployment? Here's our detailed guide!

The What

Since a lot of Splunk customization can be achieved through Python, Splunk Enterprise now supports Python 3 and any Apps or Add-ons with Python 2.7 code will need to be updated to Python 3 compatibility. 

The When

Python 3 is bundled with Splunk...


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Most organizations understand the importance and ROI of delivering meaningful...


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Among industries, financial services companies were hit hardest with damages rising to $18.28 million. This doesn’t exactly come as a...


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