Established in 2004 and headquartered in San Francisco, California, Splunk analyzes machine data to offer Operational Intelligence for security, IT, and businesses. Splunk is a Data-to-Everything Platform designed to link data and action. The company assists IT, DevOps, and security teams by offering data from different sources and timescales. Splunk's key customers include Intel, Comcast, Coca-Cola, Arlo, Yelp, TransUnion, and others.
The company offers Security Analytics/SIEM that uses pre-built frameworks, workflows, and dashboards to gain visibility into user's data whenever security decisions need to be made. Automation and Orchestration
facilitate the user's security operations center (SOC) with orchestration, automation, and response capabilities. Intelligence Management automates the orchestration and integration of intelligence across different stages of security operations. Investigation and Forensics analyzes and confirms high-priority events to determine root cause and impact. Security Incident Response helps users gain contextual awareness of threat activity, and respond with automated workflows, and Unified Security Operations helps to detect and remediate threats.
The company offers an IT management solution for event management to reduce alert noise and focus on priority events, incident response to route alerts to recommended responders, predictive analytics to predict and prevent service interruptions, cloud monitoring to streamline monitoring across hybrid and multi-cloud environments, server and VM monitoring to find and troubleshoot server problems, as well as cloud migration.
Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring allows users to monitor and troubleshoot across infrastructure—physical, virtual, or in the cloud in real time. They can connect the health and performance of infrastructure with application and logs in context. The Splunk APM solution offers real-time tracing that allows users to analyze trace data. Log Observer enables Splunk logging to SREs, DevOps engineers and developers that need troubleshooting-oriented logging experience. The company's digital experience monitoring solutions as well as Splunk APM provide end-to-end visibility across user transactions.
The deal comes just two months after SignalFx raised a $75 million Series E that was led by Tiger Global Management and included participation from General Catalyst, CRV and Andreessen Horowitz.