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Splunk Helps Customers Build Resilient Digital Enterprises Using Amazon S3

Splunk was founded in 2003 to solve problems in complex digital infrastructures. Many of the world’s largest and most complex organizations rely on Splunk to keep their mission-critical systems secure and reliable. In this video, hear from Shalabh Goyal, director of Product Management at Splunk on how the company helps their customers build resilient digital enterprises across multiple regions using Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) Replication and Amazon S3 Replication Time Control. With Amazon S3 Replication, Splunk can simplify its architectural design, bring products to market faster, and ensure that customers in highly regulated industries can onboard mission-critical workloads to Splunk Cloud.


Building on AWS enables us to use some of the native services, which simplifies our design. It also helps us bring these solutions faster to the market, to our customers. Now that we have this solution in place, a lot of our customers that are in highly regulated industries benefit."

Shalabh Goyal
Director of Product Management, Splunk

AWS Services and Features Used

Amazon S3

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is an object storage service offering industry-leading scalability, data availability, security, and performance.

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Amazon S3 Replication

Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) Replication is an elastic, fully managed, low cost feature that replicates objects between buckets. S3 Replication offers the most flexibility and functionality in cloud storage, giving you the controls you need to meet your data sovereignty and other business needs.

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Amazon S3 Replication Time Control

Amazon S3 Replication Time Control (S3 RTC) helps you meet compliance or business requirements for data replication and provides visibility into S3 Replication times. S3 RTC replicates most objects that you upload to Amazon S3 in seconds, and 99.99 percent of those objects within 15 minutes.

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AWS Key Management Service

AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) lets you create, manage, and control cryptographic keys across your applications and AWS services.

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