Converging Data have been chosen to deliver three sessions at Splunk .conf19.
It’s organised by Splunk and is the largest event dedicated to their software. This year’s event is in Las Vegas from 21 – 24 October, where thousands of Splunk users will come together to learn, discuss ideas and network.
We’re proud to have been recognised by Splunk for our expertise and innovation when it comes to using their software. It’s also good news for our customers, as it provides assurance of the quality of service you can expect from Converging Data. Attending the conference also means that we can pick up best practices and plenty of new ideas to benefit your systems.
Converging Data’s Head of Service Delivery, James Odom, will be presenting the following three sessions:
Check-Out SPL Rehab: A new way to debug your searches
Wouldn’t it be great if SPL had a debug mode?! We think so too, which is why we created SPL Rehab. This new app built by Converging Data allows you to step through your search on a per-command basis, visualize key figures and more.
The A to Z of building Add-Ons
Building Splunk add-ons using API’s and Python is easy! In fact we reckon it’s is so easy that we’re going to build one from scratch in less than 20 minutes… LIVE. Come and see whether we manage to pull it off, or whether we fail in front of everyone!
DevSplunkOps: Making Splunk the Single View for the SDLC
(co-presented with Splunk)
Are you tired of looking in multiple areas for different parts of the DevOps cycle? Learn how to use Splunk to gather and display all your metrics in a single place. We will show you how!
Find out more about the sessions on Splunk’s website.
If you or someone from your organisation is attending Splunk Conf. 2019, we would love to see you there.
Both James and Neil Murphy, our Managing Director, will be around from Saturday 19th October to Thursday 24th October and we’d be happy to speak to you about how we can help solve your problems using Splunk.
Email us at email@example.com and we’ll get in touch. Hope to see you at .conf!