Splunk Extends the Power of the Data-to-Everything Platform

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According to a new press release, “Splunk Inc., provider of the Data-to-Everything Platform, today announced the latest enhancements to Splunk Cloud, Splunk Data Stream Processor (DSP) and Splunk Connected Experiences that enables customers to bring a broader variety of data to every decision, question and action. These improvements strengthen the foundational technologies of the Splunk platform and extend its cloud and machine learning (ML) capabilities. As organizations adapt to new work environments and consider how to keep their businesses running and employees safe, cloud solutions are needed for organizations to scale their operations and support new growth. The benefits of the enhancements extend beyond the platform, resulting in improvements to premium solutions that help IT operations teams better predict and prevent problems with a unified monitoring experience, and for Security teams to better protect their businesses by modernizing and strengthening their cyber defense.”

The release continues, “In order to allow customers to embrace their growing data sources, Splunk is bringing innovations faster to customers with Splunk Cloud and an accelerated release schedule for premium solutions on Splunk Cloud. Splunk IT Service Intelligence (ITSI) 4.5 for Splunk Cloud delivers a centralized framework for monitoring and investigation in one view, and enhanced service monitoring and event management features to support large deployments. Available with Splunk Cloud or Splunk Enterprise, the Splunk Machine Learning Toolkit (MLTK) has been updated with a simplified, customizable interface that provides broader access of the tool to less technical users and removes many barriers for machine learning exploration. MLTK version 5.2 provides visualization capabilities, a new family of Smart Assistants offering step-by-step guided workflows and additional SPL commands for machine learning algorithms.”

Read more at splunk.com.

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