SplunkLive! London showcased why more than 13,000 enterprises, government agencies, universities and service providers in over 110 countries use Splunk software to deepen business and customer understanding, mitigate cybersecurity risk, prevent fraud, improve service performance and reduce cost.
Travis Perkins, Britain’s largest building materials group, uses Splunk Cloud to conduct investigations, respond to incidents, and improve its security posture. Find out how the Travis Perkins security team was able to reduce its security investigation time from three weeks to less than half an hour using Splunk Cloud.
Accelerating Security Investigations: Splunk and Travis Perkins
Date Added: 02/05/2017
By the time you’ve had your morning coffee, Arrow will have touched your life five times. By the time you go to bed, at least 20. Whether it’s something you’ve never seen before, or something you can’t live without. If it takes a charge, chances are it was built with Arrow.
Watch how the world's busiest single-runway airport uses Splunk Cloud to improve operations and gain insights from the massive amount of data flowing through Gatwick's systems. From reducing the time it takes to get through security to making sure more planes take off on time, Gatwick depends on Splunk Cloud to drive efficiencies and improve the overall passenger experience.
Today's knowledge workers spend more time wrangling data than exploiting it. 60% of companies say that analyzing both structured and unstructured data is a “must have” to remain competitive. How will you keep up? Watson Discovery Service eliminates wrangling and rapidly reveals insights to improve areas such as: customer service, marketing and innovation.
In 2011, an EF5 tornado destroyed the town of Joplin in rural Missouri. 158 people were killed, and many more injured. Halo+ is a new device that combines advanced smoke detection and weather radio in a single device. This device, developed in conjunction with Arrow, could save lives by providing an early warning system for tornadoes, wild fires, hurricanes and any other environmental hazard that could affect your home.
Not only is Splunk helping Domino's Pizza to keep its online e-commerce service up and running (even through the Superbowl!), it's helping marketing to get real-time online sales data. Using Splunk, Domino's tracks promotions, sales trends and customer behavior--going beyond IT to gather real-time business insights.