(NASDAQ: SPLK), the leading software platform for real-time operational intelligence, today announced the general availability of Splunk
Enterprise 6, the latest version of the company’s award-winning platform for machine data. Splunk Enterprise 6 delivers powerful and fast analytics, up to 1,000 times faster than previous versions, and patent-pending technology designed to quickly unlock the value of machine data to IT and business users alike.
Download Splunk Enterprise 6
and join Splunk Chairman and CEO Godfrey Sullivan today, Tuesday, Oct. 1, for the first public demonstration of Splunk Enterprise 6 during the keynote session at .conf2013, the fourth annual Splunk Worldwide Users’ Conference. The keynote begins at 9 a.m. PT.
to watch the live feed of the keynote.
“Too many organizations are still struggling with a data divide between IT and the business,” said Sullivan. “At Splunk, we understand that the most successful organizations in the world give equal access to the data, regardless of skill level, to drive smart decisions that have true business impact. This is what inspired our product team to build Splunk Enterprise 6. We believe that everyone in the organization, from the system administrator to the C-level executive, should be empowered to find that ‘aha’ moment. Splunk Enterprise 6 bridges the data divide and unifies IT and business users around the tremendous value and ROI to be found in machine data.”
“Splunk Enterprise 6 is the platform for machine data for everyone, with powerful analytics and performance that unlock machine data insights to an entirely new set of users,” said Guido Schroeder, senior vice president of products, Splunk. “With an enhanced user experience, simple management of enterprise deployments and a rich developer environment, Splunk Enterprise 6 gives technical users the ability to define the meaningful relationships in the underlying data, enabling business users and analysts to easily manipulate and visualize data in a simple drag-and-drop interface. All of this, with amazing performance on low-cost commodity hardware.”