Splunk Cloud, the operational intelligence SaaS solution from Splunk, Inc., is now generally available internationally, across nine Amazon Web Services (AWS) regions. The San Francisco-based company announced the expansion in a press release Wednesday morning.
In addition to the nine geographic AWS regions, Splunk Cloud will soon be available on AWS GovCloud for US government agencies.
“Splunk is a long term, innovative AWS Technology Partner and we are excited to see them extend their reach to new geographies,” said Terry Wise, vice president of worldwide partner ecosystem, Amazon Web Services, Inc, in the press release. “By ‘going-global’ on AWS, Splunk is able to serve the needs of organizations worldwide, including those moving mission-critical production workloads to the cloud. We are excited to see Splunk’s global footprint increase as we launch more AWS regions around the world.”
Splunk cloud allows users to index and search structured and unstructured machine-generated data for use cases such as IT operations, application delivery, security, compliance, and business analytics.
Splunk Cloud offers a 100 percent uptime service-level agreement and enterprise scalability of over 10 terabytes per day, according to the press release.
Customers already using Splunk Cloud include Chicago Public Schools, Lenna Corporation, Polycom, Sophos, and Washington Post.
“As organizations make a seminal shift to the cloud, we are pleased to extend Splunk Cloud internationally with AWS,” said Marc Olesen, senior vice president and general manager of cloud solutions, Splunk, in the press release. “Organizations in countries around the world can now take advantage of centralized visibility across cloud, on-premises and hybrid environments with all the benefits of software-as-a-service (SaaS).”
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