Events

If you love machine data like it's your job, a Cribl event is the place to meet like-minded users and expert mentors.

Learn from our very best and connect with our vibrant community of global users at our events!

FEATURED EVENTS

May 25, 2022 | 10:30am Pacific Time

Cribl’s May Product Announcement
Join us as we unveil some exciting news and the next product joining the Cribl suite in our observability architecture.
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June 6 - 9, 2022 | San Francisco, CA

RSA Conference
Visit Cribl at RSA Booth #5469 to learn how to use Cribl Stream's data filtering to boost your data's signal, then increase the value of what you choose to keep by enriching it with context in real-time.
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June 8, 2022 | June 13, 2022 | August 11, 22022

CriblCon 2022
The first CriblCons are happening at RSA Conference 2022, conf2022, and Black Hat/ DEFCON 2022. We can't wait to see you there!
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ALL EVENTS

2022 Observability Predictions: The Top Trends for the New Year

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Whether you’re new to observability or you’re a seasoned operator, these trends will drive your planning today to help you unlock the value of all of your observability data throughout the next year.

Get Even More Out of Your Elastic Stack

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Elasticsearch is fast, but it can be inefficient for long-term data retention. Join us to learn how to take advantage of Elastic’s powerful queries, increase the depth and breadth of your observability efforts, and reduce your budget.

Building an Options-Based Observability Strategy

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As the hype around observability increases, IT and security pros risk repeating their monitoring mistakes. Join us to learn how a new options-based approach can free your team from vendor lock-in and maximize flexibility.

What’s up at Cribl? October 2021 LogStream Update

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Come get the details of what’s new at Cribl this month! Join us this month to see a live demo of how our newly minted LogStream features simplify observability and help your team to say “Yes” to all those new requests.

On-Demand Webinar: Updates to LogStream Cloud

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Join us on Wednesday, October 27th to hear about the latest LogStream advancements giving you the control, simplicity, and flexibility over your observability infrastructure.

A Pragmatic Path to Observability

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In this webinar, Cribl is joined by leading analyst from 451 Research and cyber-security service provider BlueVoyant to discuss the evolution from monitoring to distributed system observability, the challenges it poses for real-world security operations, and practical strategies for dealing with the double-whammy of instrumenting every system available while simultaneously pulling more and more information from each system.

Bring Low Code to your Observability Pipeline

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Looking for a more powerful way to transform your events? Don’t want to stretch your resources writing complex code? We’ve got you covered. The Code Function in Cribl LogStream provides low-code options for expanding your observability pipeline to meet new requirements, giving you and your team the flexibility you need – without having to write custom functions.

Simplify Your SecOps Budget Planning

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When it comes to budget planning, many engineering managers simply don’t have enough time, guidance, or understanding of the process. It can seem impossible to get your planning done in a single quarter. Join us for some tips and tricks on how to streamline your budget planning.

Supercharge your Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) Solution with Cribl

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Most SecOps and SOAR teams struggle to manage complex logging at scale and respond to threats fast enough. (They’re too busy grappling with manual processes!) Join us to learn how SOAR platforms can help and how pairing your SOAR solution with LogStream can simplify data management and further streamline incident response.

Shaping Data from Multiple Sources with Cribl LogStream

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Data quality is a struggle for anyone managing observability at scale. Even when teams do have the data they need, the format and content of those logs can be a pain. (Inefficient formats and missing timestamps, anyone?) Find out how you can normalize formats in-flight and enrich events as they come in – even when the data is from different sources.

Want to try LogStream yourself?

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