TIPS & TRICKS

Dallas Splunk Users Group – June 12th @ 6:00p CST

On the second Tuesday of each month, Splunkers in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex area have been getting together on a regular basis to talk about all things Splunk. Seems the users are able to take advantage of spending just a couple hours with each other, trading notes about Splunk, helping each other solve problems with our Splunk deployments and configurations, and sharing a beer and pizza too.

BTW, we are 40 members and counting now!

Our next meeting will be held at the Splunk Office in Plano, Texas on Tuesday, June 12th @ 6:00p CST.

If you are interested in attending now, please click this link below for details:

http://www.meetup.com/Splunk/Plano-TX

Our last meeting was May 8th and attendees shared some of their more interesting searches and reports as well as some of the not-so-well-known search commands they are using lately.

I look forward to hearing about your various war stories regarding Splunk. How you work through issues, figure things out, extend/expand your use and, more importantly, your thinking about Splunk. It’s quite an eye-opening experience for a veteran Splunker like myself to learn from you guys and I’m never short of amazed at the creativity that you demonstrate as you leverage Splunk for all kinds of IT problems, apply advanced analytics and correlations now in ways that are actually helpful for a change.

Also, Paul Sanford from our Seattle Splunk office will be in town and will join the meeting to listen in on the discussions. Perhaps we can ask him to show us some of the latest Splunk Dev projects he’s got going.

In any case, I’m happy that you want to get together now on a regular basis and I can’t wait until 6/12/12. See you there!

BTW, I created a Dallas Splunk Users Group Home and Notes page, which can be found here:

Splunk Dallas Users Group Home
Splunk Dallas Users Group Meeting Notes

I also created a Google Group as well, which can be found here:

Dallas Splunkers Google Group

Sign up and come join us, if you want (dare)!

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Eric Gardner

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