Splunk Add-on Builder
The Splunk Add-on Builder is a Splunk app that helps you build and validate technology add-ons for your Splunk Enterprise deployment. The goals of the Splunk Add-on Builder are to: * Guide you through all of the necessary steps of creating an add-on * Reduce development and testing time * Follow best practices and naming conventions * Maintain CIM compliance * Maintain quality of add-ons * Validate and test the add-on, helping you to identify any limitations such as compatibilities and dependencies * Maintain a consistent look and feel while still making it easy for you to add branding
Fabrix Data Visualization for Splunk
Fabrix has created a revolutionary way to visualize your IT operations by transforming enormous amounts of operational data into actionable information with visual alerts. The visualizations provide a panoramic field of view for IT operations. This allows your team to resolve, remediate and act fast. See events happen in real-time and solve issues before they impact your business. Fabrix’s visualization solution is centralized, allowing all business stakeholders to see a shared context of information and enabling effective communication. This further reduces the time it takes to resolve issues. - IDENTIFY issues before they impact your customers and your business. - RESOLVE issues in half the time it takes you today. - COLLABORATE and communicate more efficiently. - MAINTAIN IT service levels to meet key performance indicators (KPI). - REDUCE operational costs.
Splunk Add-on for Unix and Linux
The Splunk Technology Add-on for Unix and Linux works with the Splunk App for Unix and Linux to provide rapid insights and operational visibility into large-scale Unix and Linux environments. With its new pre-packaged alerting capability, flexible service-based hosts grouping, and easy management of many data sources, it arms administrators with a powerful ability to quickly identify performance and capacity bottlenecks and outliers in Unix and Linux environments.