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Data silos limit visibility, so spotting potential problems is tougher

Customer expectations are higher than ever. But it’s hard to innovate at the speed they expect when DevOps, IT operations and software development teams lack shared visibility into infrastructure and application performance. Data silos lead to blind spots — and increase the likelihood that a failure may go unnoticed.


Get end-to-end visibility

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Increase developer productivity

Spend less time troubleshooting and more time shipping quality code with automated observability.

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Improve customer experiences

Maintain high uptime with instant feedback about the behavior of critical software and systems.

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Reduce operational uncertainty

Eliminate blind spots and confidently scale with no operational surprises.


Enhance application delivery with real-time DevOps monitoring

Splunk software helps you deliver better apps — and more business impact — faster.  Unlike other solutions that focus on discrete release components, Splunk provides real-time insights across all stages of the delivery life cycle.

Collaborate better with shared visibility

Splunk gives IT, DevOps and software development teams shared visibility into how infrastructure health and application performance impact the digital customer experience — no data silos, blind spots or toil from switching between tools.


Automate management — more uptime, fewer alerts

Integrate incidents and telemetry data into a single source of truth so on-call teams can fix problems fast. Collaborate via chat integrations and alert routing through mobile and web interfaces. Post-incident reports improve team services over time.


Get visibility across environments with Splunk

Cut through data silos — no matter the scale or complexity — with real-time, context-rich insights, and answer any question about the performance and reliability of your services.

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Learn more about DevOps

DevOps is an approach to delivering software and services collaboratively, utilizing lean and agile principles. DevOps as a concept has evolved since it was popularized by Patrick Debois in 2009, and today it encompasses the entire software development life cycle.

Common DevOps tools include version control, containerization, continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD), microservices, infrastructure automation and observability and monitoring. 

DevOps has many benefits including:

  • Speed: By enabling teams to deliver services and make changes faster than traditional approaches, DevOps can help businesses achieve results more efficiently.
  • Reliability: DevOps practices and tools for CI/CD, along with monitoring and observability, can help to improve the experience for end users.
  • Scale: Approaches like Infrastructure as Code (IaC) can help teams manage environments at scale efficiently through automation and consistency.

DevSecOps is an expansion of the DevOps framework to include and highlight the importance of security within processes for development and operations. Instead of being relegated to one specific team, DevSecOps posits that all participants in the development cycle have shared responsibility for security. This means thinking about security from the beginning of application development as well as the security of the environment in which it is running. 

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