.conf2014 Highlight Series: Curating User Experience – Dashboarding Tips & Tricks

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Welcome back to our .conf2014 highlight series! Today, we revisit another one of our most popular sessions of last year’s conference, “Curating User Experience – Dashboarding Tips & Tricks.”

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Solution Area:
Splunk Admin

Splunk Enterprise

Presentation overview:
This session shows some of the tricks that make “cookiecutter” app creation a bit easier, reducing development time by admins / data scientists all while providing reusable “code base” for creating more dashboards and content. The presentation focuses on macros, “app virtualization,” use of data models to provide an abstraction layer to data, and use of search commands *after* | pivot for more dashboarding win!

For the full recording, check out Curating User Experience: Dashboarding Tips and Tricks

conf2015-logoLook for more of our #TBT .conf highlights as we get closer to .conf2015: The 6th Annual Splunk Worldwide Users’ Conference in Las Vegas in September.


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.conf2014 Highlight Series: Splunk Search Optimization by Julian Harty
.conf2014 Highlight Series: Splunk Ninjutsu by David Veuve
.conf2014 Highlight Series: Deep Dive into Search Head Clustering

Richard Brewer-Hay
Posted by Richard Brewer-Hay

Richard Brewer-Hay (RBH) has 20 years experience in communications, marketing and production on behalf of some of the world's most innovative companies including Yahoo!, eBay, NEC, Microsoft and StubHub. In November, 2014, he joined Splunk to lead its social media efforts across the global organization.

When he's not Splunking, RBH spends as much time as possible with his wife and two daughters - exploring the Bay Area. He also brews beer. In April 2010, his beer – “Imperial Jack”, named after his Grandfather and brewed in collaboration with San Francisco’s 21st Amendment Brewery, was a Gold Medal winner at the World Beer Cup.

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