Splunk acquires software company Omnition
|Freeman Lightner in Enterprise Friday, September 6, 2019|
Splunk has entered a definitive agreement to acquire Omnition, a stealth-mode SaaS company that is innovating in distributed tracing, improving monitoring across microservices applications.
Splunk, a stealth-mode SaaS company that works in distributed tracing and improving monitoring across microservices applications recently acquired SignalFx, and now they have acquired the software company Omnition.
"Today, we’re happy to announce that Splunk has entered a definitive agreement to acquire Omnition, a stealth-mode SaaS company that is innovating in distributed tracing, improving monitoring across microservices applications. This is just the latest of the exciting Splunk announcements we have made this quarter, and we’re not stopping there," said Tim Tully, CTO, Splunk.
"Our acquisition of Omnition plays into our unwavering mission of finding new ways to deliver remarkable products to our customers and to be a leader in observability and Application Performance Monitoring (APM) for organizations at every stage of their cloud journey. Adding Omnition to our IT and Developer portfolio will help customers gain insights across the entire enterprise application portfolio from on-premises data centers to cloud-based applications and infrastructure," said Tim Tully, CTO, Splunk.
According to a blog by Tim Tully, “The Omnition team is incredibly talented and brings more than a dozen engineers with significant expertise in tracing and observability. The combined power of Splunk and Omnition will provide users with a leading observability technology, bringing tracing together with logs within one of the most advanced IT monitoring and analytics platform. All of this is in service to helping our customers navigate their cloud journeys. More than ever before, you’ll see that Splunk is expanding its reach to support customers whether they operate on-premises, in the cloud or in hybrid environments based on their needs.”