Splunk Brings Machine Learning to Mainstream With New Solutions

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release reports, “Splunk Inc., first in delivering ‘aha’ moments from machine data, today announced expanded machine learning capabilities across its product portfolio with the release of Splunk® Enterprise 7.0, Splunk IT Service Intelligence (ITSI) 3.0, Splunk User Behavior Analytics (UBA) 4.0 and updates to Splunk Cloud. Splunk also introduced an updated suite of solutions that apply analytics and machine learning to fraud and cloud monitoring use cases… ‘Machine learning is critical to customer success and to the evolution of Splunk. Our seamlessly integrated capabilities open up machine learning to everyone, enabling our customers to better predict future outcomes and more effectively analyze their data,’ said Richard Campione, chief product officer, Splunk. ‘Data is a strategic advantage and organizations are looking for the fastest, most efficient way to turn data into answers. With machine learning and metrics advancements that anyone can use, Splunk Enterprise 7.0 and Splunk Cloud powerfully deliver mission-critical answers faster and easier than ever before’.”

The release goes on, “Splunk Enterprise 7.0 and Splunk Cloud help customers better monitor, investigate and gain intelligence with their data, while delivering massive improvement in performance and scale. Support for metrics accelerates monitoring and alerting by at least 20x, and optimizations to core search technology deliver 3x speed improvement. With these enhancements, customers can use the Splunk platform to predict future IT, security and business outcomes through integrated machine learning techniques backed by powerful, extensible algorithms. These machine learning advances enable users to collect, prepare, transform, explore, visualize and publish data insights.”

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