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Splunk is a structured data collector/aggregator – the end goal of which is to be able to search all of that data for "useful" things

Splunk certifications have value (and I'm not just saying that as someone who's been through a lot of the classes): but only if you're going to use them

Being a certified Splunk Architect, for example, means bupkis if you're not working with data (log files, http streams, netflow, IoT, etc)

You are required to take the classes in order – see the training handbook:

February 13, 2020 at 03:40PM
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