Splunk provides real-time Operational Intelligence to more than 11,000 enterprises, government agencies, universities and service providers in more than 110 countries. Splunk software and cloud services enable you to collect, index and harness machine data generated by the applications, servers, networks, sensors and other systems that power your business. Using Splunk solutions, you can deepen business and customer understanding, mitigate security risk, prevent fraud, improve service performance and reduce cost. To learn more, please visit http://www.splunk.com.

Leverage the free Splunk App for AWS to gain end-to-end visibility across your AWS environment. This includes critical security, operational and economic insights from services such as AWS CloudTrail, AWS Config, Amazon Inspector, Amazon VPC Flow Logs, Amazon CloudWatch, AWS ELB, Amazon Cloudfront, Amazon S3 and AWS Billing.

Customers using the Splunk App for AWS gain in-depth visibility and rapid insights into AWS administration,account activity. The app enables customers to:

  1. Enhance security of their business with detailed insights into unauthorized access attempts, simultaneous logins from disparate locations and changes to access control privileges. 
  2. Ensure adherence to security and compliance standards by correlating AWS Config and CloudTrail data. 
  3. Accelerate their AWS deployments through increased visibility into user activity, resource utilization and customizable dashboards.
  4. Analyze and monitor inbound and outbound IP traffic to and from their virtual private clouds (VPCs)
  5. Visualize their AWS infrastructure in a unified manner with the topology dashboard.

Using AWS Config data as the foundation, the Splunk App for AWS v4.2 supports a new topology playback that allows customers to replay, study and breakdown changes made in their account over time. In addition, the Splunk App for AWS provides new dashboards and topology overlays for AWS Config Rules, Amazon Inspector and other AWS services.

Get the Splunk app for AWS here

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