Splunk releases Java and Python SDKs
Posted on 19 December 2012.
Splunk announced new software development kits (SDKs) for Java and Python. SDKs make it easier for developers to customize and extend the power of Splunk Enterprise, enabling real-time big data insights across the organization.

“Our mission at Splunk is to lower the barriers for organizations to gain operational intelligence from machine data,” said Paul Sanford, general manager of developer platform, Splunk. “We want to empower developers to build big data applications on the Splunk platform and to understand that you don’t need large-scale development efforts to get big value. That’s a key driver behind the development of these SDKs, helping developers quickly get started with Splunk software, leveraging their existing language skills and driving rapid time to value.”

The Splunk SDKs for Java, Javascript, PHP and Python are built on a fully documented and supported REST API and include documentation, code samples, resources and tools to help developers build on the Splunk platform. With just a few lines of code, developers can easily manage HTTP access, authentication and namespaces. Benefits include the ability to:

Integrate Splunk data with other applications: Discover a higher level of operational intelligence by letting developers create applications to index, search, visualize and analyze data using Splunk software and any other application.

Quickly build big data applications: Build enterprise-grade applications in days instead of months, delivering rapid time-to-value for application development.

Deliver a familiar development experience: Eliminate the learning curve and develop with standard programming languages and tools.





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