Splunk Introduces New Observability Features at its Annual Conference

Splunk Introduces New Observability Features at its Annual Conference-01

Splunk announced a number of new features, extensions, and observability functions to its set of tools for analyzing software performance at its annual user conference,  conf21. The new features collect data from a larger range of computers in the cloud, on-premises, and at the edge, as well as allowing more company partners in what it calls the Partnerverse to analyze it.

Spiros Xanthos, Splunk’s VP of product management, observability, and IT operations, said in a media advisory that “at its core, observability is a data opportunity, and to use that data effectively, organizations need a solution that can help ingest and analyze high-velocity data across increasingly dynamic environments and architectures.”

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