Splunk Accelerates Momentum in Industrial Data and Internet of Things

New Product Capabilities, Customer Success and Growth in Partner Ecosystem Fuel Continued Expansion into Growing, New Market

Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK), provider of the leading software platform for real-time Operational Intelligence, today announced accelerated momentum in Industrial Data and Internet of Things (IoT). The trend is driven by Splunk’s continued investment in its products and partner ecosystem as well as the creativity of customers and the flexibility to deploy Splunk IoT solutions as software, cloud services or in a hybrid environment. Customers are using Splunk® solutions to collect and correlate data from control systems, sensors, mobile devices and IT systems for a variety of Industrial Data and IoT use cases. These use cases include operational efficiency, predictive maintenance, industrial cybersecurity and asset analytics.

“It has been great to see the success our manufacturing teams are achieving with Splunk solutions,” said Saul Llamas, manufacturing test engineering manager, Zebra Technologies. “Our teams have been able to bring value to their own operations by using Splunk Enterprise and its powerful data collection, analytics and visualization capabilities to improve manufacturing quality, customer experience and ultimately our products.”

New Splunk Enterprise 6.3 features and community and partner apps further expand the applicability of Splunk solutions for Industrial and IoT use cases. New features include the HTTP event collector to collect IoT data at scale, new customer alert actions to trigger custom data-driven actions in third-party applications and the Machine Learning Toolkit and Showcase (preview) for advanced analytics. Splunk also has a wide-ranging ecosystem of partners in the Internet of Things including Bluvision, Carvoyant, Citrix Octoblu, CQCloud, DGLogik, Falkonry, Kepware, N3N, Wizcore and Xively by LogMeIn, all of which are demonstrating technology or solutions at .conf2015.

“From trains, planes and automobiles to manufacturing floors, our customers are leading the way with their innovative use of Splunk solutions for Industrial Data and Internet of Things,” said Snehal Antani, chief technology officer, Splunk. “The Internet of Things transforms the way organizations leverage machine data and gain insights from it. The product investments that we have made along with our growing IoT ecosystem will further expand Splunk’s role in these use cases and accelerate the value realized from Splunk solutions.”

For more information about using Splunk for Industrial Data and the Internet of Things, visit the Internet of Things solution page of the Splunk website.