How to Create a Custom Dojo Tab in the Contributor UI

 
Introduction
 
When you’re customizing the Contributor UI, sometimes you want to open a new tab with custom contents. For example, say you want to open a new tab that shows a custom list of assets, or a tab that displays a screen from a third-party application. To do this, you need to create two new Dojo classes (a custom “...

Luna Wins Splunk's 2017 Innovation Award

From the Search Party, to the keynotes, to the captivating technical sessions, Splunk .conf17 was definitely one for the books (not to mention the record books, with more than 7,000 Splunkers in attendance)! One of our favorite moments of the week was when our CEO, Ashish, was presented with Splunk's 2017 Revolution Innovation Award for Luna, our Operational Intelligence app that integrates Slack and...


Splunk .conf 2017: Key Takeaways (Part 2)

In case you missed it, I recently caught up with Splunk .conf pro, Neena Bhutiani, to see how .conf2017 measured up to years past. But what about a different perspective: someone who's never been to Splunk .conf?

For that point of view, I spoke with two first-time .conf attendees: Karthik Subramanian and Somen De (who, spoiler alert: both also happened to be presenters, as...


Using Splunk to Predict the Weather

Planning a camping trip can take a lot of time. You have to figure out how many tents you need, what kind of tents, how much food to pack, what tools you need to bring, what clothes you need to wear, etc. A lot of the plans can be based off of one thing, the weather. Going to a rain forest? Pack a heavy rain jacket, a couple of tarps, and waterproof everything. Going to the desert? Pack a sun hat, shorts, and containers for water. Unfortunately, unless you know you’re going to a place with extreme weather, you might not be able to perfectly predict the weather.

This is where Splunk...


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