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Splunk turns to machine learning to help customers get the most from their operational data

Scott Carey | Sept. 28, 2017
Splunk continues to turn to machine learning to differentiate its platform of monitoring tools from rivals, and deliver valuable insights to customers.

● Splunk Insights for AWS cloud monitoring: Provides customers with analytics for monitoring their AWS cloud usage. This feature is available through the Amazon Marketplace as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI).

● Splunk Insights for ransomware: Splunk Insights for ransomware is an offering priced per user that provides organisations with real-time insights for proactive assessment and rapid investigation of potential ransomware threats.

Splunk also announced two new products now in preview at .conf2017:

● Project Waitomo: A new infrastructure monitoring solution that "unifies logs and metrics, delivering integrated machine learning for alerts, trends and investigation".

● Project Nova: An API-based logging-as-a-service offering, targeting developers and DevOps practitioners.

 

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