Splunk® Success Framework

Splunk Success Framework Handbook

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About the SSF fundamental best practices

The fundamental best practices of the Splunk Success Framework are decisions, agreements, and operating infrastructure that establish the purpose, goals, and ownership of your Splunk environment. Strong fundamental best practices ensure a better track record of success, and buy-in at all levels.

Fundamental best practice Purpose Go to topic
Purpose and scope Determine what you want to accomplish using Splunk software. Decide whether to use Splunk as a solution, service, or strategy.

Purpose and scope best practices

Executive sponsor engagement Engage an executive or senior leader who will provide resources and endorse the success of your Splunk implementation at all levels.

Executive sponsor engagement best practices

Success measurements Develop ways to measure the success of your Splunk implementation as it matures.

Success measurements best practices

Operations framework Choose a centralized, federated, or hybrid operating model. Identify a program manager.

Operations framework best practices

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