Disappointed you missed out on Taylor Swift tickets? Well don't worry, shake it off, you can still make it to the Splunk User Group!
There'll be plenty to talk about following .conf23, so why not do it over a casual drink & pizza!
We'll be hosting this event at the Splunk Office in North Sydney, and we would love to see you there.
The event will start at 5pm, and we'll kick off the presentations at 5:45pm.
If you're new to the Splunk User Groups, this is where you can hear from other Splunk users on what they're doing, and meet like-minded people to share war-stories over a slice of pizza and a few drinks. All skill levels welcome!
The full agenda is TBC, this page will be updated when confirmed.
Please RSVP using the link below.
So get ready for the pizza, drinks, and good times!!
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