Splunk makes acquisitions that are aligned with our business strategy and enable us to expand our product portfolio, address a broader set of customer challenges, and enhance our market leadership position as the platform for Operational Intelligence.
Splunk’s acquisition of Phantom adds security orchestration, automation and response to Splunk’s portfolio and extends automation capabilities to Splunk's customers in security and IT.
Splunk's acquisition of Rocana’s technology and intellectual property plus a number of Rocana’s technical employees advances Splunk's market-leading machine data platform and machine learning capabilities.
Splunk’s acquisition of Drastin expands Splunk’s search-driven analytics capabilities and enhances our ability to provide an intuitive search experience for our customers.
Splunk’s acquisition of Caspida adds Behavioral Analytics to Splunk’s security portfolio and expands our ability to address a broader set of security challenges faced by customers including advanced threats, insider threats and fraud.
Splunk’s acquisition of Metafor expands our capabilities in IT operations and security incident and event management (SIEM) by adding machine learning and anomaly detection to our solutions, which helps customers detect unknown and malicious threats.
Splunk’s acquisition of Cloudmeter adds new capabilities to Splunk products that enable customers to analyze machine data directly from their networks and correlate it with other machine-generated data to gain insights in application and infrastructure management, IT operations, security and business analytics.
Splunk’s acquisition of BugSense enhances our product offerings so that customers can analyze machine data directly from mobile devices and correlate it with other machine-generated data to gain Operational Intelligence.