The Splunk SDK for C# was written for modern .NET technologies. It is written to be asynchronous and portable to different platforms. The SDK includes the Splunk .NET library, C# code samples, and unit tests. This allows developers to build .NET applications that can communicate with Splunk Enterprise instances, retrieve and manipulate Splunk data, and extend existing Splunk API capabilities.
An independent, open source platform aimed at making it easier for governments and businesses to publish open data has released a new version of their API. The CKAN API allows access to catalog listings of open datasets, full-text searches, and sharing of statistics on open data usage.
Thousands of researchers, entrepreneurs, and executives need to tap into Web data to deliver insights. Access to structured Web data tends to be limited at best, and heavily gated by billion dollar corporations. Consuming crawled web data with an API usually makes more sense for businesses.