OpenTelemetry tracing specifications reached 1.0.0; which means tracing APIs and SDKs GA is imminent! Read more about this exciting announcement in this blog.
Today, we are excited to announce the release of the AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry with full Splunk Observability support! The AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry allows customers to capture metadata from AWS resources and managed services to correlate application performance data with underlying infrastructure data.
You need to monitor your apps and deploys equally. The Splunk Observability portfolio is the perfect complement to a CI/CD approach, from a developer laptop to an integration test environment.
In this blog, we deploy Splunk’s built-in Streaming ML algorithms to detect anomalous patterns in error logs in real-time. Breaking it down into simple steps, we walk you through how to use out-of-the box Splunk capabilities to ingest logs, pre-process the data, apply real-time ML, and visualize results.
A typical Prometheus environment consists of integrations that scrape your applications for four metric types; counters, gauges, summaries, and aggregated histograms. A central server is required to pull each of the endpoint resources and aggregate them.
We are excited to announce that Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring has achieved Outposts Ready designation. This designation recognizes that Splunk provides proven solutions for customers to build, manage and run hybrid cloud applications.