Slack is a common way to communicate with other Splunk users outside of user groups, the annual conference (.conf), or other Splunk and industry events. This form of chat enables anyone to communicate with the greater Splunk Community—customers, partners, and Splunkers—worldwide.
Use Slack to ask for help with issues, learn from other users in real time, and to network outside of in-person events. Experience Splunk Community culture and discover what makes us unique!
Join us on Slack
Anyone can submit a request to join the team called splunk-usergroups on Slack. Go to splk.it/slack. There are over 100 channels in the splunk-usergroups that you can participate in. There are channels for specific Splunk products and apps, specific industries or issues, specific cities or regions, and a few channels just for fun.
For a list of helpful channels, you can enter
!channels-advanced in slack for a current list.
firebus [11:22 AM] !channels slackbot [11:22 AM] #n00bs • #alerting • #architecture • #bestpractices • #certifications • #dashboards • #getting-data-in • #search-help • #sh-clustering • #indexer-clustering
You can also ask for direction in
The Splunk Community team approves requests to join the Slack team for Splunk. This helps us to block recruiters and sales people so that they don't disrupt the community vibe. We want to ensure that you are connecting with other Splunk users to learn and share experiences.
You can use the Slack website or download the free Slack client from http://slack.com.
Submit a request to join Slack
All community members, employees, and partners should use the same form to join the Splunk user group Slack:
- Submit a request through splk.it/slack. Specify your splunk.com user ID in the last field on the form to speed up the review process.
- The request is reviewed for approval by someone on the Splunk Community team. You will receive an email inviting you to join the Splunk team on Slack. Please allow one business day to process your request.
- Access the Slack website or free Slack client from http://slack.com.
This documentation applies to the following versions of Get Started with Splunk Community: 1.0