The flow of online data is increasing each passing hour of every single day. Analytics are falling short in their comprehensive capabilities to do their job with this information and get the required information out of it. Splunk is a company that is very much aware of this concern, and they don’t want anyone of their clients to be overwhelmed for lacking the resources needed to extend their reach and get the data they need to serve their customers better. In October of 2018 on them. The conf18 event that took place in Orlando, Florida they just announced a solution to 7the problem.
Splunk and the Search for Organic Data Management
Aside from the number of updates on their primary services, as well as brand new tools created to help business operations to handle their analytics much better than the way they have been doing it lately. Splunk’s CEO Tim Tully stated that the company wants to become a reference for everybody when it comes to handling data in a really satisfying way. The chairman is fully aware of how much data management means for companies that strive on it, and as such he’s looking to create more organic ways of being connected to it.
The big reveal was centered on Splunk’s first ever IoT platform that is being created with the ability to handle an exponentially more significant flow of data that is best suited for industrial operations. The announcement also expanded to the all the existing analytics tools offered by the company, as each one of them is currently being improved without interrupting their functionality. The new features are aimed to give companies more in-depth insight into the information they need based on the ability of the software to offer instant glimpses on requested specifics.
The Internet of Things and DNA Data Links
As expected, these are big news from Splunk, since the company is one of the first to announce that maintenance times will no longer be a reason to stop operations and causing delays on them. Downtimes will disappear, and most companies will have instant access to billions of sensors that can “feel” online trends and behaviors to give them reading and have a better understanding about the needs of a market that tends to be very capricious. Tully has compared the process to a DNA data link that will be wired to any company’s ability to perform in accordance, at least business-wise.
Another surprise from Splunk’s was the announcement that this new way to interact with data would be available from mobile devices too. The utility will be found as an app that will give the user constant insight into everything they do online, in every device they log on. The information provided with this new mechanism is sure to offer some of the most genuine information regarding the preferences of any user that logs on the web. While the main thought about applications will naturally drift to recommendations of new content, Splunk is going one step further by thinking that the user can engage with their data in the same way as they access basic AI’s such as Siri and Alexa.
Why Going One Step Forward, This Way is Good?
The immersive experience probably sounds like a dream come true for people who love controlled environments. Logistically speaking, big companies get superior benefits from this as they get to know their customers in ways that can be way too personal. Especially when not even social networks can hope to achieve this. Since they mostly rely on users to find their way online, by engaging people continually until they settle with like-minded groups of their own.
As you are probably aware, the experience itself is prone to cause friction and is a natural trigger for conflict as many people have to make the rounds until they find the right group of their preferences. Many manage to do it successfully, while others struggle really hard and try to change their environment surrounding them to no avail. It’s hard to admit it, but the internet is not for everyone as people tend to be mean to whoever disagrees with them.