Join us at this in-person Splunk User Group for another round of shenanigans.
We'll be chatting about what's new in Splunk 9.0, and we'll hear from one of our valued Splunk community members on their Splunk journey so far and what they are currently working on.We'll be hosting this event on Wednesday 19th October at the Collins Room - RACV Hotel in Hobart and we would love to see you there!
The event will start at 3pm and we will have some time allocated for post presentation discussions as well.
Please RSVP so we can ensure that we save a seat for you!
Note: Any content presented at this event cannot be recorded, shared, or published without written approval from the content owner. This event is for Splunk customers & users only. Journalists and media publications are expressly forbidden from using any content from this event for publishing purposes.
Splunk's priority is its employees & customers safety, so this event will be following all local government guidelines for Covid-19. In addition, please be aware of the following requirements for all in-person attendees:
All attendees must have had atleast 2 vaccines in order to attend the event.
Splunk encourages wearing of masks, although masks are not mandatory as per current government guidelines.
If any of these guidelines change prior to the event, we will notify you of the change as soon as we become aware.
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Please note that it is not possible to completely prevent the potential presence of COVID-19. Consequently, Splunk cannot prevent you from becoming exposed to, contracting, or spreading COVID-19 while utilising Splunk’s premises or attending any in-person Splunk-supported event. Therefore, if you choose to utilise Splunk’s premises or attend a Splunk-supported event, you may be exposing yourself to and/or increasing your risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19.