Dell EMC Ready Systems for Splunk Released
September 20, 2017
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Dell EMC announced an expanded relationship with Spunk that will provide organizations with an analytics-driven approach to resolve infrastructure and application problems faster, reduce downtime and increase customer satisfaction.

By combining technology from both Dell EMC and Splunk, customers can leverage a simpler path to the adoption and expansion of Splunk through a pre-engineered portfolio of purpose-built systems for Splunk Enterprise.

The new Dell EMC Ready Systems for Splunk help organizations of all sizes combine the power of Splunk with the simplicity and scalability of Dell EMC VxRail Appliances and Dell EMC VxRack System FLEX.

Machine data can reveal valuable information about user transactions, customer behavior, machine behavior, IT operations analytics, security threats, fraudulent activity and more. Dell EMC Ready Systems are engineered to handle this high-volume, high-velocity and highly diverse data set, enabling customers to harness the power of Splunk’s monitoring, analytics, and machine learning capabilities with the simplified deployment and scalability of Dell EMC hyper-converged infrastructure.

Splunk makes it simple to collect, analyze and act upon the untapped value of machine data generated by infrastructure, security solutions and business applications – giving organizations more insights to drive operational performance and business results as well as up to 90% reduction in mean time to resolution. Designed for customers looking to maximize their Splunk investment, the new Dell EMC Ready Systems for Splunk helps consolidate, simplify and protect machine data. The new Dell EMC Ready System maximizes customer’s Splunk investments through the scale and ease of deployment Dell EMC hyper-converged infrastructure brings to the table.

Two flavors of Dell EMC Ready Systems for Splunk are now available. For small- to medium-sized businesses standardized on VMware, Dell EMC Ready System for Splunk on VxRail offers the benefits of the only Splunk appliances powered by Dell EMC PowerEdge platforms that are fully integrated and pre-tested with VMware vSAN to seamlessly extend existing VMware environments, simplify deployment and enable IT organizations to leverage in-house expertise and operational processes.

Dell EMC Ready System for Splunk on VxRack FLEX is ideal for medium- to large-sized businesses that require data center rack scale, and support for multiple hypervisors, operating systems and bare-metal configurations, and want to run multiple workloads in a single rack.
Availability

The Dell EMC Ready System for Splunk solutions are now globally available directly through Dell EMC and its channel partners.

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