Walkthrough to Set Up the Deep Learning Toolkit for Splunk with Amazon EKS

The Splunk Deep Learning Toolkit (DLTK) is a very powerful tool that allows you to offload compute resources to external container environments. Additionally, you can use GPU or SPARK environments. In last Splunk blog post, The Power of Deep Learning Analytics and GPU Acceleration, you can learn more about building a GPU-based environment. Splunk DLTK supports Docker as well as Kubernetes and OpenShift as container environments.


How Data Is Helping Us Answer Life's Fundamental Questions

I’m a geneticist, which is really just a technical way of saying that I obsess about the minutiae of your family history. Now, while that sounds rather stalkerish, this is in fact a molecular and data-driven addiction, which is fuelled by my need to understand the nature of evolution and human behaviour via the data within our DNA. Our genomes are the single-most densely packed dataset that we have ever encountered.


Analytical Applications: What are they?

These bundled analytics tools help organizations facilitate and increase the adoption of self-service BI practices among regular business users in a specific operational domain, such as finance, marketing and sales. It does so by improving the availability and measurement of important, relevant historical data for your end users’ decision-making.


Running InfluxDB 2.0 and Telegraf Using Docker

While the Docker buzz has faded a bit, replaced by new words like “Kubernetes” and “Serverless”, there is no arguing that Docker is the default toolchain for developers looking to get started with Linux containers, as it is fairly ubiquitous and tightly integrated with a variety of platforms.


Personalizing Elastic App Search with results based on search history

With Elastic App Search, you can add scalable, relevant search experiences to all your apps and websites. It offers a host of search result personalization options out of the box, such as weights and boosts and curations. You could also add a these documents might interest you feature, which would surface additional content for users, similar to documents they’ve previously searched for. This post walks you through the process of creating this capability using the robust App Search APIs.