With Splunk Cloud on Google Cloud, the companies intend to roll out native integrations with Google's Anthos, Cloud Security Command Center, and Stackdriver, enabling customers to share data between applications and draw insights from data sets pulled from hybrid, multicloud environments.
Key benefits of Splunk Cloud on Google Cloud also include the ability to visualize and monitor the performance of Google Cloud Services with Splunk's SignalFX cloud monitoring platform. Customers will also have the ability to orchestrate security infrastructure using Splunk Phantom Apps for Google Vault, G Suite, G Suite for Gmail, Safe Browsing, and Big Querry.
"Data is at the center of every business' digital transformation and we are proud to partner with Splunk to help organizations build data-driven, cloud-native strategies," said Thomas Kurian, CEO at Google Cloud. "Businesses can now leverage Splunk's capabilities in data analytics for IT, security, user behavior and more, on Google Cloud's trusted and secure infrastructure."
The Splunk on Google Cloud offering expands on the company's existing partnership with Amazon Web Services, which integrates Splunk Cloud with a bevy of key AWS services.
Splunk Cloud on Google Cloud is currently in beta for early access customers, with general availability coming soon, Splunk said.
- Splunk rolls out new pricing packages, $150 million venture fund
- Splunk buys SaaS startup Omnition
- Splunk acquires SignalFx for $1.05 billion
- Splunk aims to use augmented reality to monitor server racks, equipment to bring data to multiple screens
- Splunk pulls out of Russia with a mysterious statement
- What is machine learning? Everything you need to know
- Splunk updates flagship suites with machine learning, AI advances