On Thursday, Aug. 25th, the Splunk Log Observer team is making a change that will speed up most Log Observer and Log Observer Connect queries, which may cause the logs table to show more results than before.
With log views, Splunk Observability users can add their logs data from Splunk Log Observer and Log Observer Connect directly to their Observability dashboards - all while drawing on existing instances from a familiar, extensible Splunk data platform. Use metrics to find logs, and use logs to explain metrics today all from a single page. Learn how to resolve issues faster with better, in-context troubleshooting.
Splunk now offers fully integrated synthetic monitoring within Observability, helping IT and engineering teams proactively detect and resolve performance problems before they reach customers, with full visibility from the end-user experience, through backend service performance.
Working with numerous customers and drawing upon 20+ years of historical feedback, Splunk is pleased to announce the Public Preview of a complete redesign of its core Search experience, accelerating the data-to-insight workflow, and bringing the power of Splunk to everyone.
Splunk Observability announcements at .conf22 provide capabilities to expand your end-to-end visibility across hybrid cloud environments, help you predict and prevent problems before customers notice, and enhance our AI-Directed troubleshooting to pinpoint issues faster.
Consolidate your tools by unifying the logs from Splunk Enterprise and Splunk Cloud, with our best-in-class metrics and traces. Log Observer Connect lets observability users explore the data you’re already sending to your existing Splunk instances with Splunk Log Observer’s intuitive no-code interface for faster troubleshooting, root-cause analysis, and better cross-team collaboration.