Splunk Pledge is our commitment to research, education and community service. Through our Splunk4Good initiative, Splunk will donate a minimum of $100 million over a 10-year period in software licenses, training, support and education to nonprofit organizations and educational institutions around the globe to support academic research and generate social impact.
Approved Splunk Pledge applicants are eligible to receive:
  • 10GB Splunk Enterprise License with standard support1
  • Splunk eLearning access2

For Nonprofit Organizations

Splunk is committed to helping our non-profit partners around the world take on some of their toughest challenges: extreme poverty, disaster and humanitarian response, and building resilient and sustainable communities. Splunk will provide free software and offer complimentary training and support for organizations receiving technology donations from commercial partners, ensuring each beneficiary can use the donation to its full potential. 

Request a Nonprofit License

For Not-for-Profit Academic Institutions

The best research requires the best technology tools and Splunk works with universities around the world to further academic research and education. Splunk Pledge is global in scope so more students can have access to free Splunk education and training. This helps them cultivate skills for jobs that are in high demand and it also gives academic institutions an effective way to train the workforce of tomorrow.

Request an Academic Institution License

(1) Approved applicants will receive a free Splunk Enterprise License with a Daily Indexing Volume Limit of 10GB. The license will have a term of one year, such term beginning on the day that the license is sent to the applicant. This license will also include Standard Support as defined in the End User License Agreement.    

(2) Approved applicants will also receive free access to Splunk eLearning courses. Access will be for one year, with beginning and ending dates matching that of the free Splunk Enterprise License in (1) above. Once a user registers for a specific eLearning course, such user will have 30 days to complete that specific course, the user can only take that course once, and no exceptions or extensions will be granted.