Pankaj is a Lead Splunk Professional Services Consultant at SP6. Pankaj has over 6 years' experience developing, implementing, and administering enterprise-level Splunk environments. Pankaj specializes in all aspects of clustered and non-clustered Splunk core implementations, and has substantial experience in onboarding, extracting, transforming, analyzing, visualizing, and presenting data from diverse data sources, as well as in developing Splunk Plugins (App/Add-ons) using Python programming, Splunk configs for data parsing, SPL and Simple XML dashboards. Pankaj's certifications include Splunk Certified Consultant ll, Splunk Enterprise Security implementation, Splunk Certified Architect, Phantom Implementation Accreditation, and Splunk Analytics for Data Science. He has consulted with clients in the financial services, government, retail, transportation, and logistics industries.
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