Splunk is a service that collects, indexes, and searches all types of machine data (physical, virtual, cloud). Using Splunk on machine data helps users to identify and troubleshoot any problems, as well as searching and analyzing machine data in real time and archived data.
The Splunk API allows developers to access Splunk data. Some example API methods include searching for and creating jobs within Splunk, searching and creating events, searching results, and accessing Splunk account information.
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