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.
The Webhose.io API now includes access to dark web data and broadcast data feeds. The Dark Web Data Feed provides access to anonymized web content available on TOR. The Broadcast Data Feed provides access to transcripts of U.S. television and radio programming, and some Canadian station programming.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Optimization, Monetization, Hotels, and Identity. Highlights include an API for backcountry skiing data, and an API that removes the background from images. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The number of “as a Service” types continues to grow and we are even seeing services that help you build your own service. PublishMyData falls into this category as it offers Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) which enables you to offer your Data as a Service (DaaS) and it supports linked data.