Join the first (virtual) Edinburgh Splunk User Group session of 2022 as we discuss and demonstrate two topics.
The first will see a discussion of the recent Log4J vulnerability that has very rapidly hit the logging world. Tom Wise will discuss Splunk's reaction and investigations into the matter.
Secondly, Andrew will show off a less serious matter, in the form of playing and Splunking Forza Horizon 4, which is set in our home city, among other games with similar capabilities.
We will also host a round table regarding Splunk in general, so if you have any questions you want answered, feel free to ask away at our event.
Log4J Vulnerability, and Splunk and SURGe's response Discussion
Splunking Cars and Video Games for Fun in Forza Horizon 4
End of session discussion and round up, as well as planning for the next session. Feel free to bring questions for discussion.
Code of Conduct
We adopt and enforce the Berlin Code of Conduct (CoC) for all our events and all cases of abuse or harassment are dealt with swiftly and in accordance with this CoC.
Any concerns or issues should be reported to the organisers of this chapter:
Andrew McManus (firstname.lastname@example.org / @Andrew McManus on Splunk Community Slack)
Tom Wise (email@example.com / @tomwiseone on Splunk Community Slack)
Contributing to the SUG
We are always looking out for new speakers or participants to this SUG. We can be contacted in many ways:
Splunk Community: Interact with us at the new Splunk Community Hub page
Slack: Join up to the Splunk Community Slack at http://splk.it/slack and join us at #Edinburgh
LinkedIn: User Group LinkedIn Page