Get Started with Splunk Community

Get Started with Splunk Community

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Conferences and events

Splunk holds two types of user events each year—the annual Splunk conference called .conf and SplunkLive! events.

.conf

At the annual Splunk conference you learn how to improve IT performance, gain real-time business insights, understand user behavior, and reach new levels of security in your organization. Catch up on the latest Operational Intelligence trends in cloud computing, business analytics, the Internet of Things, and machine learning.

This 3-day conference includes more than 200 technical sessions, classes to achieve Splunk certification, and opportunities to connect with other users, technical partners, and Splunkers.

Recordings and slide decks for sessions from previous years’ .conf events are available for anyone to access. Check out the session catalogs from the past couple years to see the value and learning you can expect from attending:

.conf2017
https://conf.splunk.com/sessions/2017-sessions.html
.conf2016
https://conf.splunk.com/sessions/2016-sessions.html

SplunkLive!

Each SplunkLive! event features a keynote presentation and several technical sessions where Splunk employees, customers and partners showcase the latest versions of Splunk software, apps and use cases. You will find new ways to improve service levels, reduce operational costs, mitigate security risks, enhance DevOps collaboration, obtain valuable insights into customer behavior, and so much more.

These 1-day events are held in cities all over the world. At SplunkLive! events, you gain insights and test drive the latest Splunk products, solutions, and apps. Discover best practices and use cases, and share real business results with other customers. SplunkLive! events are great for networking with Splunk technical experts, partners, and fellow Splunk ninjas in your area.

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