Aplura is a sponsor of the Baltimore Splunk User Group. More information about the group, meeting times, and locations can be found on the BMore Splunk User Group Page.
Below are some presentations from our meetings.
|3/21/2016||A presentation which goes through the Splunk App for Stream, its features, deployment, and use-cases.||Splunk App for Stream: Features, Deployment, and Use Cases|
|4/24/2017||All about asciidoc and how it can be used to create better documentation, with a presentation by Chuck Frain.|
|5/22/2017||This presentation was given after the standard Splunk “What’s New” slides to highlight some of the other cool new features in Splunk 6.6||Splunk 6.6 More Improvements|
|6/20/2017||Windows Event Logs are something found in almost every Splunk deployment. This presentation goes through best practices for their collection, reducing their license usage, and some suggestions on how they can be mode more useful.||Splunk and Windows Event Log: Best Practices, Reduction and Enhancement|
|7/17/2017||Meeting at TEKSystems with a presentation on NIST security and compliance guidelines and how they can be implemented.|
|8/21/2017||All about SNMP, how it works, and getting its data into Splunk.||SNMP and You|
|9/18/2017||Getting ready for .conf! Kyle Smith presents a sneak peek at his “Lesser Known Search Commands” talk. Slides will be posted after .conf.||Introduction to Asciidoc(tor)|
|6/17/2019||What’s new in Splunk 7.3||What’s new in Splunk 7.3|