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Sumo Logic Launches Certification Program for Users of All Knowledge Levels

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Sumo Logic, the leading cloud-native, machine data analytics platform delivering continuous intelligence, today announced the launch of the Sumo Logic Certification Program. The certifications recognize professionals with the proficiencies needed to effectively analyze their machine data, while providing users with the knowledge, skills and competencies required to maximize use the Sumo Logic platform in order to realize their full data insight potential to build, run, secure and manage their modern applications.”

The release goes on, “The Sumo Logic platform on average analyzes more than 100 petabytes of data, executes over 20 million searches and queries more than 300 trillion records every day, making it one of the most powerful machine data analytics platforms in the industry. Users who complete the Sumo Logic Certification Program will experience a number of benefits including: increased value of skills by learning how to convert machine data into continuous intelligence, career advancement opportunities by demonstrating knowledge and increasing visibility among hiring managers and access to a larger community in order to network with peers while fostering credibility.”

It continues, “The certification program includes three levels of certification — Pro User, Power User and Power Admin — based on the level of usage and expertise with the Sumo Logic platform. Specifically: Level 1: Sumo Pro User – Sumo Pro Users possess broad knowledge about analyzing logs and metrics, and have familiarity with the Sumo Logic service related to simple data searching, filtering, parsing and analyzing. Taking advantage of Sumo Logic Apps, Certified Sumo Pro Users can quickly and easily get up and running using the out-of-the-box content to start monitoring their data, identifying trends and staying on top of their critical events.”

Read more at Marketwired.

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