Splunk

San Francisco, CA, USA
2003
  |  By Todd DeCapua
In January 2024, I published findings from some of my recent research as, “Top 5 Outcomes CIOs Need to Achieve by 2025: Driving Business Value Through Technology.” By focusing on these five key outcomes, CIOs can ensure that their technology investments directly contribute to business growth, resilience, and competitive advantage in the years leading up to 2025.
  |  By Akash Kadakia
Identifying bad actors within your organization often feels like a complicated game of hide and seek. A common comparison is that it's akin to finding a needle in a haystack. So, if the bad actor represents the 'needle' and your organization the 'haystack,' how would you uncover these bad actors? Perhaps the quickest way to find the needle is by burning the haystack. Alternatively, dumping the hay into a pool of water and waiting for the needle to sink to the bottom could also work.
  |  By Ronald Beiboer
In the landscape of everyday operations, the concept of forensic readiness may often linger unnoticed in the background. When a crisis strikes, be it a major system outage or a security breach. The importance of being forensic ready as part of your overall digital resiliency strategy suddenly becomes evident. That’s the moment you realize it’s necessary for a thorough investigation. The findings enable you to have an effective response and proportionate mitigative actions.
  |  By Ian Thompson
In my role here at Splunk, I get the opportunity to speak to a number of our customers about the challenges they are facing in building and running these complex platforms that power today’s environments. And what’s more, is that the challenges are more or less the same.
  |  By Cui Lin
As the demands of our customers continue to rise, Splunk User Behavior Analytics (UBA) V5.3 now boasts an increased ingesting rate up to 160K EPS from Splunk Enterprise to a 20-node large deployment. This scalability improvement facilitates support for 750K user accounts, 1 million devices, and 64 data sources.
  |  By Adam Morgan
Splunk had just celebrated its 20th anniversary. The business was growing. Customers were loyal. So why would we consider refreshing our brand? The answer is simple, if you aren’t growing, you’re declining. Just like people, brands need to adapt and grow so they stay relevant. For us, part of our growth was reaching new audiences and launching new products. Which meant as brand stewards, we needed to update our brand to better connect with these new opportunities.
  |  By Lizzy Li
With every major Splunk Enterprise release, we level up your dashboarding experience so that you can visualize and take action on your data fast. In Splunk Enterprise 9.2, we are bringing the experience across Classic (SimpleXML) dashboards and Dashboard Studio closer together and weaving in Dashboard Studio features from the two most recent Splunk Cloud Platform releases. This blog post covers the major dashboarding features included in Splunk Enterprise 9.2.
  |  By Derek Mitchell
Splunk Observability Cloud includes powerful features which automatically identify patterns within your data to surface trends. The resulting insights tell you why some customers aren’t getting an optimal experience from your application, and how you can improve it. Unlocking these features requires attributes to be included with your application traces. But how do you know which attributes are the most valuable for your application and business?
  |  By Ian Thompson
We have all been there. When you are trying to buy a ticket and the app crashes or loads the next web page when booking a holiday only to find it takes forever and appears to hang. Our frustration level increases and if it continues, we will exit and go elsewhere. With banking apps though, we won’t move straight away but repeated bad experiences here will be remembered and eventually will make us move.
  |  By William Cappelli
Splunk’s recent update to its Machine Learning Toolkit (MLTK) is a good reason to spend a few paragraphs thinking through the links between Observability and machine learning. First, let us quickly review what Observability and machine learning are.
  |  By Splunk
Companies face challenges every day from security threats and system outages to funky code. But at Splunk, we minimize their power to disrupt. Because we help companies build digital resilience, be ready for anything and illuminate their path forward.
  |  By Splunk
Grab a cup of coffee and join Mick Baccio, Katie Brown and Audra Streetman for another episode of Coffee Talk with SURGe. The team from Splunk will discuss the latest security news, including: Audra and Katie also competed in a charity challenge to share what they consider to be the largest cyber incident of 2023.
  |  By Splunk
Splunk's Shaun Cooney and James Hodge speak with Suid Adeyanju, CEO of London-based cyber security consultancy RiverSafe, about the importance of data access, strategically tackling tool sprawl and more.
  |  By Splunk
Join Mick Baccio and special guest Michael Rodriguez, Principal Strategic Consultant for Google Public Sector, for a conversation about Michael’s career path into cybersecurity, the origin of his nickname “Duckie,” and his work as a cybersecurity subject matter expert for Google Space.
  |  By Splunk
Learn how you can accelerate your time to value with Splunk expert guidance, best practices, and hands-on deployment expertise at every step of your Splunk journey with targeted Accelerators.
  |  By Splunk
Potential disruptions abound. See how Splunk can help you build your digital resilience so you can be ready for anything.
  |  By Splunk
Gaining insights from your data requires more than collecting and analyzing metrics and logs. With the acceleration of customer and business demands, site reliability engineers and IT Ops analysts now require operational visibility into their entire architecture, something that traditional APM tools, dev logging tools, and SRE tools aren't equipped to provide. Observability enables you to inspect and understand your IT stack; but what is it, and how does it differ from IT monitoring?
  |  By Splunk
The hype around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) has exploded, sometimes overshadowing the real uses and innovations happening everyday at organizations across the globe. The reality is that applying AI and ML to data-dependent challenges presents opportunity for better security, faster innovation and overall improved efficiency.
  |  By Splunk
Imagine a world where incident alerts arrive 30 minutes before problems even begin - you'd actually have the power to prevent outages and deliver a truly seamless experience to your customers. Sound impossible? Think again - the right AIOps (Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations) solution can help you maintain uptime, reduce manual incident-management tasks and increase productivity.
  |  By Splunk
At Splunk, we make it easy for our customers to turn mountains of machine data in their Amazon Web Services (AWS) and hybrid environments into valuable business, operational and security insights that improve their businesses.
  |  By Splunk
Most IT organizations have adopted event management as a central practice to help find and fix what's broken, but today's tools focus on managing the volume of events-they do not deliver service context. Without context, you are ill-equipped to focus on the right problem at the right time. What you need is something different-something that makes IT events less eventful and more insightful-and now, you can finally do it!
  |  By Splunk
From protecting customer experience to preserving lines of revenue, IT operations teams are faced with increasingly complex responsibilities while being required to prevent outages that could harm the organization. Splunk IT Service Intelligence (ITSI) utilizes AI powered by machine learning to deliver a predictive IT and ensure optimal application performance and quality.
  |  By Splunk
The financial services industry has unique challenges that often prevent it from achieving its strategic goals. The keys to solving these issues are hidden in machine data-the largest category of big data-which is both untapped and full of potential.
  |  By Splunk
Let's face it - the struggle to monitor basic server metrics in modern hybrid infrastructures is real. But deploying and maintaining monitoring tools doesn't have to be a major headache. Splunk Insights for Infrastructure can help your team index both Linux and AWS data, enabling them to quickly identify and remediate the root cause of problems.
  |  By Splunk
Splunk is probably the single most powerful tool for searching and exploring data you will ever encounter. Exploring Splunk provides an introduction to Splunk -- a basic understanding of Splunk's most important parts, combined with solutions to real-world problems.
  |  By Splunk
Digital transformation has led to complex environments that continuously generate new data. As a result, organizations are left unsure about how to best use their data to foster growth and edge out the competition. It's not enough to just have mountains of data, it needs to be analyzed and made sense of in a way that best suits the business.

Splunk produces software for searching, monitoring, and analyzing machine-generated big data, via a Web-style interface.

Splunk turns machine data into answers. Regardless of your organization’s size and industry, Splunk can give you the answers you need to solve your toughest IT, security and business challenges—with the option to deploy on-premises, in the cloud or via a hybrid approach.

Work the Way Your Data Works:

  • Real-Time: Splunk gives you the real-time answers you need to meet customer expectations and business goals.
  • Machine Data: Use Splunk to connect your machine data and gain insights into opportunities and risks for your business.
  • Scale: Splunk scales to meet modern data needs — embrace the complexity, get the answers.
  • AI and Machine Learning: Leverage artificial intelligence (AI) powered by machine learning for actionable and predictive insights.

Any Question. Any Data. One Splunk.