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Splunk Mission Control is a cloud-based, unified security operations platform that brings together security data, analytics, and operations. Mission Control’s Plug-in Framework is an open plug-in architecture that enables customers to plug in their best-of-breed security tools into Mission Control and surface those capabilities within Mission Control’s common UI, thereby aligning SOC workflow, protecting security investments, and achieving faster time-to-value.
Benefits of Developing a Plug-in
Developing a plug-in provides you with another opportunity to strengthen your alliance with Splunk and deliver added value to your customers. Together, we’re solving a key problem for our customers: ensuring they no longer have to pivot between multiple security tools and management consoles as they respond to security incidents. By integrating your product into Mission Control, you can consistently and seamlessly incorporate your product’s capabilities into your customers’ core SOC workflow. This provides your customers with enhanced contextual awareness across multiple security tools, increases security team efficiency, and enables faster, more informed decision-making.
Four Key Integration Areas
Splunk is building a strong cloud-centric security solution that builds off an ecosystem of best-of-breed partner products. From endpoint, network and cloud security posture monitoring, to threat intelligence tools and much more, we want you to be part of Mission Control. If you are a Splunk Technology Alliance Partner, System Integrator, or a SOC Integrator, join our committed inaugural partners and be part of this strategically important effort.
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