Homing in on new efficiencies with Splunk observability
“Before Splunk,” says Brannon, “we used to do security logging and compliance logging separately. When we started using Splunk as our logging and monitoring platform, we were able to combine those and gain efficiencies.” This has helped unlock savings from floor to ceiling across the enterprise.
The time saved by managing data on one platform rather than in different environments also fosters information sharing and collaboration across teams. By bringing teams together around shared data, context and workflows, Fannie Mae has expedited time to market for new features, benefiting internal stakeholders and customers alike.
As the company continues its work to be cloud-first, Splunk supports the increasingly complex nature of Fannie Mae’s environment. “As we transition to the use of micro systems, this creates more complexity,” says Nimesh Bernard, senior director of enterprise observability applications. With Splunk, Fannie Mae now has end-to-end visibility across stacks, helping keep its environment reliable and secure.