Release Notes: This release delivers powerful, fast analytics, a completely redesigned user experience, and a richer developer environment to easily extend the platform.
Release Notes: This release adds dozens of bugfixes and general maintenance.
Release Notes: Multiple security issues and bug fixes have been addressed. Specifically, data inputs, index replication, interface, search, and analysis problems have been resolved.
Release Notes: This is the next evolution of Splunk: real-time alerting, a faster data engine, many performance improvements, improved charting and reporting capabilities, easier license management, deployment monitoring, and more.
Release Notes: A new configuration option, allowRemoteLogin, has been added to server.conf to disallow remote CLI and REST API login access by default. If you are running Splunk Enterprise and have not changed the default password, remote login is disabled by default for the admin user. If you are running Splunk Free, remote access via the CLI is disabled by default and allowRemoteLogin must be set to always to allow remote login. Some more bugfixes and minor enhancements were made.
Release Notes: This is a minor release update that solves a couple of security vulnerabilities and has some minor fixes. The following bugs have been fixed: a cross-site scripting vulnerability was resolved; links from saved search alerts were showing no events; various Job Manager behavior inconsistencies (issues with sorting and display) have been resolved; Splunk didn't restart listening on port 9997 if TcpInputProc shut down the port to clear blocked queues; and many other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a significant security flaw. Changing any object's permissions no longer causes a 404 to be returned. LDAP migration issues were resolved. A problem in which some URLs did not respect the root_endpoint was solved. A crash in TcpInputProcessor was fixed.
Release Notes: Real-time search, reports, and dashboards, automatic and configurable data drilldown, WYSIWYG PDF report delivery, event-level workflows, single sign-on (SSO), event type finder and builder, search monitoring and prioritization, and command-line search enhancements have been added. Splunk Web performance and communication has been improved. There are API examples in Python. Web customization capabilities have been improved. File monitoring has beenimproved. And side-by-side LDAP and Splunk native authentication have been implemented.
Release Notes: Summary index searches and vents generated by the internal auditing feature are no longer counted against the license. Summary indexing now works if var/run/splunk and var/spool/splunk are on different filesystems. Deploying apps which do not contain a local directory will no longer cause Splunk to crash on the client.
Release Notes: This version is fast and scalable. Custom dashboards and views were added. Reporting was made easier and more powerful. Searching was made highly responsive and more powerful.