You may have noticed that, in some of the search examples in this book, I've used REST endpoints to get information. This is a very useful feature that you'll want to become comfortable with, as these endpoints sometimes provide an easier and in some cases, the only way to get some configuration information.
The best starting point for investigating REST endpoints is /services/properties; enter the following in the search bar:
| rest /services/properties
| rest /services/server
| rest /services/server/info # lots of good HW info here
Try these servicesNS searches:
| rest /servicesNS/admin/search/data
| rest /servicesNS/-/-/data
The /services series provides access to system-wide information endpoints. The /servicesNS (namespace) series in the preceding code block requires that you provide an owner and app to access app-specific objects, or use the ...