Splunk Harnesses Machine Learning for New Innovations
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Splunk Inc. has released new versions of Splunk Enterprise, Splunk IT Service Intelligence (ITSI), Splunk Enterprise Security (ES) and Splunk User Behavior Analytics (UBA). Available on-premises or in the cloud, the newest versions of Splunk solutions leverage machine learning to make it faster and easier to maximize the value machine data can deliver to organizations.
About the latest releases
Splunk Cloud and Splunk Enterprise 6.5: New Innovations in Machine Learning and Data Analysis
Splunk Cloud and Splunk Enterprise make it even faster and easier to maximize the value of machine data. Splunk Cloud and Splunk Enterprise 6.5, generally available today, now provide custom machine learning and deliver a totally new user experience for data analysis and preparation, and much more.
With Splunk Enterprise 6.5, customers can:
- Harness the power of machine learning with advanced analytics delivered by a rich set of commands and a guided workbench to create custom machine learning models for IT, security and business use cases.
- Simplify data preparation and expand data analysis to a wider range of users with a new intuitive interface and table data views designed for both specialist and occasional users.
- Lower on-premises TCO through tighter integration with Hadoop. Organizations can now roll historical data to Hadoop and utilize hybrid search to analyze all of their data in Splunk.
Splunk ITSI: Simplify Operations, Prioritize Problems and Align IT Through Machine Learning
Splunk ITSI, built on the powerful Splunk Platform, is a machine learning-powered monitoring solution that employs analytics to help organizations find root cause faster and lower mean-time-to-resolution by providing unified service visibility, detecting emerging problems, and simplifying incident investigations and workflows. Splunk ITSI 2.4, generally available today, applies machine learning to event data to help improve productivity across IT and the business.
Splunk ITSI can help organizations:
- Improve service operations with pre-built machine learning by baselining normal operational patterns to dynamically adapt thresholds, thereby reducing alert fatigue, improving analysis and increasing reliability.
- Present real-time service insights and drive decision making by prioritizing incidents through event analytics, such as multivariate anomaly detection, supported with business and services context.
- Gain a single view of operations with an intuitive interface that prevents costly customizations through the flexibility, speed and scale of the Splunk platform.
Splunk ES and Splunk UBA: Advance Analytics-Driven Security with Adaptive Response and Improved Threat Detection
Splunk advances its analytics-driven security vision and security analytics leadership with the new releases of Splunk ES and Splunk UBA. Splunk ES 4.5 provides a common interface for automating retrieval, sharing and response in multi-vendor environments. Splunk UBA 3.0 delivers new machine learning models, additional data sources and content updates of use cases.
Splunk security updates help customers:
- Improve detection, investigation and remediation times by centrally automating retrieval, sharing and response through Adaptive Response and analytics-driven decision making in Splunk ES.
- Simplify analysis by understanding the impact of security metrics within a logical or physical Glass Table view in Splunk ES.
- Improve threat detection with use case updates in Splunk UBA, and gain targeted detection by prioritizing outcomes generated by packaged machine learning-based anomaly detection.
Read more: http://www.splunk.com/free-trials
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