Splunk Enterprise is used to monitor, report and analyze real-time machine data as well as terabytes of historical data–located on-premise or in the cloud.
Your IT systems and technology infrastructure (websites, applications, servers, networks, sensors, mobile devices and the like) generate massive amounts of machine data.
By monitoring and analyzing everything from customer clickstreams and transactions to network activity and call records, Splunk Enterprise turns your machine data into valuable insights.
Troubleshoot problems and investigate security incidents in minutes, not hours or days. Monitor your end-to-end infrastructure to avoid service degradation or outages. Gain real-time visibility into customer experience, transactions and behavior.
Cloudswave Score for Splunk Enterprise
Rating based on 29 Critic Reviews
Andrew Yudin, MBA/CCNP, on TrustRadius
Splunk Use Cases and Deployment ScopeAlthough still in the final implementation stage, Splunk has allowed us to troubleshoot our software suite more efficiently. Our monitoring and engineering team can now rely on the syslog and log correlation capabilities of the Splunk to pinpoint where the issue is.
Pros : Log correlationAlertingSyslog
Cons : Would like to see more integrated tools and supported vendors (such as F5, Checkpoint, Palo-Alto, etc.).
Christian Bartens, on Datalicious
Splunk is a fantastic monitoring and operational intelligence tool and now we are all trained up here at Datalicious with certificates to prove it. The most frequent use case is for systems administrators, but we set out to play around with it and see how we could use it for web analytics. We realised that we could use its powerful, expressive search language and its intuitive charting & visualisation features to do analytics work that’s more difficult, more expensive, or simply not possible, in other web analytics suites.
Joel Snyder, on TechWorld
We found Splunk to be a powerful, if complicated, tool. Moving from a simple syslog server or event viewer with a "search" command to Splunk is not a one day operation. But Splunk pays off in the power that it brings, and the information it can pull out of your logs. Network managers who look at their logs every day, and those who wish they could get useful performance, capacity and security information out of the gigabytes of log data stacking up should take a close look at Splunk.
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