Carahsoft to Sell Splunk Data Software on GSA Schedule; Bill Cull Comments

carahsoft logo_GovconexecutiveCarahsoft Technology Corp. has added Splunk‘s enterprise machine data software to its General Services Administration schedule for purchase by government agencies.

Splunk Enterprise is designed to help agencies gain operational intelligence by monitoring, searching for and analyzing machine data collected from applications, servers and networks, Carahsoft said Thursday.SplunkLogo

The software is also intended for agencies to manage applications, information technology operations, security, compliance and business analytics.

Bill Cull, Splunk public sector vice president, said the company aims to help agencies gain visibility of IT infrastructures, security and compliance needs and total ownership costs.

Splunk says more than 5,200 enterprises, universities, government agencies and service providers in 90 countries use its enterprise software.

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