Splunk is a Big Data platform that transforms the massive amount of heterogeneous and often totally unstructured machine data being generated across the enterprise into valuable insights and realtime operational intelligence.
Splunk exposes a rich REST API that covers every feature in the product, and we have several language SDKS to enable developers to leverage the power of the Splunk platform.
In this session I'll demonstrate how developers can use the Splunk Java SDK to :
1) easily and rapidly create big data applications without the need to write Map Reduce jobs
2) integrate Splunk search results with your existing applications
3) augment the operational visibility of the JVM apps you are building via the variety of data sources you can send to Splunk
4) use Splunk as a powerful tool throughout your development process to enhance the quality of the software you are pushing into production
Damien is a Developer Evangelist at Splunk and spends a good deal of his time building apps, tools and frameworks for the Splunk platform, with a specific emphasis on the Java ecosystem and then engaging with the developer community to educate about the many different ways that Splunk can be developed upon and integrated with.A fervent JVM fan, he has a particular interest in the new breed of alternate JVM languages and actually thinks that logging is cool. Prior to joining Splunk, Damien paid his mortgage wearing many different technical hats coding,hacking,engineering and architecting software and solutions around the globe in a variety of industries, primarily in the Enterprise Java space. He also recently worked with the SpringSource team on creating new Spring Integration adaptors for Splunk.More About Damien »