Robert Tennyson is a Senior Consultant for SP6. He has more than 20 years of experience in IT, specializing in data services, network design and implementation, operations, application development, and strategic planning. Robert currently holds his ITSI implementation accreditation and has experience implementing ITSI in large-scale environments, including state and federal agencies and the retail, transportation, financial services, and oil & gas industries. His certifications include Splunk Certified Consultant ll, ITSI Implementation Accreditation, Splunk Certified Architect, and Splunk Certified Administrator.
Before joining SP6, Robert worked for a large university performing application and database administration for PeopleSoft Enterprise Portal, Human Resources, and Finance go-live. He also developed and enhanced Splunk dashboards to enable the identification and troubleshooting of PeopleSoft security and infrastructure issues, as well as identifying potential performance indicators.
No matter the size of your organization, deploying Splunk in your environment is a big decision. After all, it can scale from very small to very large. Furthermore, it can be used as an on-premise hardware, or as a service to run within the Cloud. Perhaps you’re wondering if you should go with Splunk Enterprise […]
There are countless blogs, articles, and Splunk ‘answers’ regarding the optimization of Splunk queries (and here’s another one). In this article, we are going to share a few tips to improve the performance of your Splunk queries…
What is Summary Indexing? Summary indexes, as the name implies, allows for the storage of summarized data over time. This allows us to take these bite-size calculations of our data, and store those results in separate indexers.
Splunk Dashboards bring meaning to your data in a way that is useful in troubleshooting and translating concepts to others.
As Splunk consultants, it’s common to come across customers who have a Splunk license and are ingesting data, but have yet to learn or have taken the time to develop their own Splunk dashboards.