Absolute Beginner? Not for long. Join us for Splunk4Rookies across France and Italy

Hey all,

So you’ve heard about Splunk and want a quick overview of the solution? Come to one of our #Splunk4Rookies sessions that regularly take place all over France and Italy!

The hands-on evening sessions usually last for around three hours and cover the main principles of the Splunk machine data platform as well as helping you to build your own dashboards within minutes! Depending on the session, you may also find yourself installing Splunk across a distributed environment and setting up data collection in AWS.


We started these sessions months ago with a single format in Paris but given the event popularity, we quickly extended the event to other cities (Lille, Rome, Lyon, Toulouse, Milan) and to new subjects thanks to our excellent partners D2SI and Helice. We also introduced #Splunk4Ninjas to address a variety of advanced use cases including:

For each session, we bring a dataset and ask you to add value to this raw data. We encourage you to think about what you can extract from this data and who can benefit from this value (business analyst, security analyst, SOC level 1, developer, application manager, etc.) so you can reproduce this internally.


Interested? Bring your laptop, we’ll bring the pizzas and beers !

If you’re in France please check out this link : Splunk France events


If you have ideas, questions or feedback, tweet me @1rom1



Matthias Maier is Product Marketing Director at Splunk, as well as a technical evangelist in EMEA, responsible for communicating Splunk's go-to market strategy in the region. He works closely with customers to help them understand how machine data reveals new insights across application delivery, business analytics, IT operations, Internet of Things, and security and compliance. Matthias has a particular interest and expertise in security, and is the author of the Splunk App for IP Reputation. Previously, Matthias worked at TIBCO LogLogic and McAfee as a senior technical consultant. He is also a regular speaker at conferences on a range of enterprise technology topics.

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