The Observability learning path for Site Reliability Engineer (SRE), DevOps and Developer includes individual modules that teach the core skills on Infrastructure Monitoring, Application Performance Management, Log Observer, Synthetics, Real User Monitoring and On-Call.
This Learning Path is usually delivered over a period of 2 weeks, but students can choose to schedule their modules in an alternative timeline.
NOTE: Upon purchase, you have 1 year to sit all the individual course modules.
The Splunk Observability (Developers) Role-Based Learning Path includes the following modules:
- Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring Fundamentals (SIMF)
- Splunk Observability Cloud: Teams (SOCT) (e-learning)
- Splunk Observability Cloud: Enterprise Features (SOCEF) (e-learning)
- Using the Splunk Log Observer (USLO)
- Using Splunk Application Performance Monitoring (USAPM)
- Manuel Instrumentation with Splunk APM (IASAPM)
- Using Splunk Real User Monitoring (RUM) (USRUM) (e-learning)
- Responding to Incidents in Splunk On-Call (IRSOC) (e-learning)
To be successful, students should have a solid understanding of the following:
- How Splunk works
- Creating search queries
To prepare for any Splunk Role-Based Learning Path, students should complete these free introductory e-learning modules:
- What is Splunk? (WIS)
- Intro to Splunk (ITS)
- Using Fields (Free) (SUFF) OR Using Fields (SUF) (fee required; includes hands-on labs)
And before starting any Splunk Observability Learning Path, students should complete these free e-learning modules: