Getting help with APM
Splunk offers a number of EDU training courses to help you get up to speed on how to make the most of your deployment. Completion of these courses is an essential building block to success. To explore all the education options, go to the course catalog and filter by certification, role, delivery method, and more. For more assistance understanding the course offerings, what certifications are available, and the perks included in the new learning rewards program, review the Splunk Education Student Handbook or get in touch with your account manager.
Good courses to take to start learning Splunk APM include the following:
|Using Splunk APM||$500.00 USD or 1 Credit||This 4.5-hour virtual course, targeted to developers and DevOps, enables you to use Splunk APM to analyze traces, troubleshoot and monitor your microservices-based applications. Through in-person discussions and hands-on activities, deep dive into uses of distributed tracing, navigating the Splunk APM app to analyze traces, visualize and alert on APM metrics. All concepts and taught through discussions and hands-on activities.|
|Instrumenting Applications for Splunk APM||$500.00 USD or 1 Credit||
This course, targeted at developers and DevOps, enables you to instrument your applications to send traces to Splunk APM. Through in-person discussions and hands-on activities, learn to deploy Splunk APM and use auto-instrumentation to send in traces without altering your code. Use manual instrumentation to create spans and add metadata to spans. You will also see how to configure and deploy the OpenTelemetry Collector.
Technical help - OnDemand Services (ODS)
Project-Based Services are much more involved, typically larger-scale services engagements compared to ODS. With these, you will work with a Splunk Engagement Manager to determine and finalize the scope of the project. Once everything is signed off, we will work with you in lockstep to deliver on the agreed-upon project. If you’d like to explore options here, please get in touch with us via this contact form or get in touch with your account manager
Even the most savvy customer will need a little help. Whether it’s error messages, unexplained or unexpected behaviors, or incidents and outages, Technical Support is the first line of defense for all of your post-sales issues. Splunk Support Engineers will partner with you to ensure your environment is optimized to drive your journey with a
focus on long-term technical health, so you can realize your ROI as soon as possible.
To review what is included with the Standard and Premium support programs, click here.
The Support Portal can be accessed from the Splunk.com home page for logged in users, or from the Splunk product application user interface. Bring up the navigation menu, scroll to the bottom of the side-bar, select Help & Support, and then select Support and Community. From there you will be able to open a support case.
In-App chat is also available for customers with Premium Support entitlement. It is accessed through the drawer or icon in the bottom right corner of the application. Engage there to be connected with a Support Engineer.
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