About the Splunk Analytics Workspace
The Splunk Analytics Workspace provides a user interface that enables you to monitor and analyze metrics and other time series without using SPL. Select data sources to create interactive charts in the workspace. Then, apply filters and aggregations to gain insight into your system's metrics and performance. The Splunk Analytics Workspace helps you to quickly identify and respond to any issues or anomalies in your data.
Analytics Workspace functions and operations
The Analytics Workspace comes with a set of analytic functions and operations to help you make sense of your data. These functions generate SPL in the background.
Depending on your data source, the following operations are available.
- Aggregations summarize data points into meaningful values.
- Time shifts modify the time range of a series.
- Splits show results for a specific dimension.
- Filters include or exclude certain results.
After refining your data, use the Analytics Workspace to perform the following actions in Splunk.
- Set up an alert to be notified of certain behavior in your data.
- Create a dashboard to monitor or share your findings.
To learn about visualizing data, see Types of data in the Splunk Analytics Workspace.
To learn about the different parts of the workspace, see Navigate the Splunk Analytics Workspace.
To learn more about analytic functions and operations, see Analytics in the Splunk Analytics Workspace.
To learn more about alerts, see Alerts in the Splunk Analytics Workspace.
To learn more about dashboards, see Dashboards in the Splunk Analytics Workspace.
In order to use the Splunk Analytics Workspace, you need permissions. For more information, see Hardware and software requirements for the Splunk Analytics Workspace.
Discuss the Splunk Analytics Workspace on Splunk Answers at http://answers.splunk.com.
If you have a support contract, submit a case using the Splunk Support Portal.
For general Splunk platform support, see the Splunk Support Programs page.
Open the Splunk Analytics Workspace
This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Metrics Workspace: 1.2.13