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Splunk Announces Partnerverse Enhancements at Global Partner Summit

.conf22– Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK), the data platform leader for security and observability, today announced Splunk Partnerverse program enhancements and underscored its commitment to accelerating partner success during its Global Partner Summit (GPS) at .conf22, Splunk’s 13th annual user conference. GPS provides Splunk partners with the tools and knowledge to sell, build, manage and advise with Splunk solutions as well as how to best align and take advantage of the Partnerverse program benefits. The new Partnerverse enhancements will help Splunk’s 2,400+ partners expand and differentiate their offerings.

“Splunk is investing in our partners’ success through our Partnerverse Program with new features and resources to support and enable our expanding global partner network,” said Bill Hustad, Vice President of Alliances and Channel Ecosystems, Splunk. “Partnerverse enables the Splunk partner community to maximize impact by developing the necessary skills, achieving the right certifications and building capabilities that support customers. Together with our partners, Splunk customers can realize their vision for security, resilience and innovation.”

New Partnerverse Features

During GPS, Splunk introduced new Partnerverse benefits and tools designed to accelerate partner impact. Enhancements include access to the Splunk Cloud Sandbox, a dedicated, persistent, and non-production Splunk Cloud Platform environment. For a duration of 12 months, eligible partners can access a 50GB, single tenant, cloud stack environment to learn about Splunk cloud products, build and test solutions, and demonstrate their solutions on Splunk Cloud to existing and new customers. Splunk also released a new online Solutions Catalog where partners can showcase their expertise and Splunk-based offerings and services to attract and connect with potential customers.

In addition, Splunk launched a new Funded Partner Training benefit as part of its Partnerverse program to help Splunk partners build solution competencies and drive enablement. Each eligible partner will receive two coupons for Splunk Enterprise Certified Architect and/or the Splunk Cloud Administration course. These trainings help prepare partners for certifications that validate an individual’s skills and knowledge of data management and system configuration for data collection and ingestion in a Splunk Cloud Platform or Splunk Enterprise environment. Eligible partners will continue to have access to a 50 percent discount on all individual instructor-led and self-paced Splunk training.

Splunk Announces New Customer Immersion Experience Center

Splunk also announced it will work with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to create a new and groundbreaking Customer Immersion Experience Center in its Splunk office in London Paddington to demonstrate the impact of data and digital transformation. This immersive experience will provide each Splunk customer with tailored, real-world applications to unlock innovation, enhance security, drive resilience and deliver an inspirational vision of their cloud journey. All attendees across core industries, starting with retail, will engage with Splunk’s cloud-based solutions to see first-hand how an effective data strategy can elevate their innovation in a fast-paced world, reduce costs, and ensure they can stay ahead of the competition.

“We work very closely with Splunk and Splunk partners, and are committed to providing our joint customers with opportunities to innovate with confidence, migrate and modernize existing environments, and scale without limits,” said Ruba Borno, Vice President, Channels and Alliances, AWS. “The Customer Immersion Experience Center will take this one step further in developing effective data strategies to help our customers expedite digital transformation and drive success.”

Splunk Wins Google Cloud Technology Partner of the Year - Marketplace

Splunk received the 2021 Google Cloud Technology Partner of the Year - Marketplace award for its achievements in the Google Cloud ecosystem, helping joint customers to transform their businesses. The combination of Google Cloud’s AI-powered, industry focused products and services and Splunk’s industry-leading data platform has empowered Splunk’s global customers to accelerate their cloud transition while helping them digitally transform and reimagine their business.

“This award recognizes Splunk’s commitment to customer success, and its delivery of innovative and impactful solutions on Google Cloud Marketplace,” said Bronwyn Hastings, Vice President of Global ISV Partnerships and Channels, Google Cloud. “We’re proud to recognize Splunk as our Technology Partner of the Year Marketplace, and we look forward to continuing our work together building and creating business value for customers with cloud technologies.”

Congratulations to the Splunk Partner Awards Winners

Splunk recently recognized a number of global high-growth and strategic partners at the Splunk Global Partner Awards. These partners drive positive business outcomes, as well as help joint customers leverage Splunk to solve their challenges and share Splunk’s customer-first mentality. To learn more about the Splunk Global Partner Award winners, please visit the Splunk blog.

.conf22 is an opportunity to see the strength of the Splunk Partnerverse in action and Splunk appreciates the support from its .conf22 sponsors. For more information on .conf22 announcements, visit the Splunk .conf22 website.

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Killexams : From Data to Dashboard: Visibility Leads to Better Insights

A recent survey from the operational intelligence software manufacturer Splunk questioned 600 IT decision makers in the public sector, including 234 from higher education, and found that IT teams perceive considerable challenges arising from increasing digitization.

As expected, some of respondents’ biggest challenges are shared by enterprises everywhere, such as budget constraints and difficulty in finding qualified employees. But higher ed institutions foresee an additional challenge in coming years: three-quarters of respondents think they’ll need to increase their investment in regulatory and compliance management systems, and nearly that many expect to invest in real-time monitoring and dashboards.

In the education sector, nearly two-thirds of IT pros say that data-driven insights are important to carrying out their organizational mission. Yet many also perceive weaknesses in their ability to fully capture, analyze and act on these types of insights. When it comes to risk management, these vulnerabilities have potentially serious implications.

For example, 59 percent of education respondents say their colleges lack visibility across IT systems, 48 percent say that having data in different formats makes it difficult to diagnose problems, and 32 percent say they have trouble pinpointing problems because systems are siloed. In addition, 69 percent say that if IT service was interrupted, they would gather information manually to identify the issue, and 59 percent describe their institution’s troubleshooting as manual and ad hoc.

Case in Point: Splunk for Security and Operations

To address these challenges, many institutions find value in data analytics software that not only captures information across multiple systems, but also presents it in dashboards that yield actionable, timely insights. Indiana University’s IT team began using Splunk Enterprise to drive policy and compliance alignment, but expanded it to security applications after seeing big gains in visibility, says Allen Tucker, who manages the university’s HELPnet Technology Services team. He spoke with EdTech about his experience.

EDTECH: What issues did you seek to address with Splunk Enterprise?

TUCKER: Within University Information Technology Services (UITS), six divisions focus on different areas of IT. These divisions are siloed in their specialties and areas of expertise. This runs the gamut between networking, systems administrators, research technologists, support personnel, etc. Getting all of these people to talk and have data available across the pond was difficult, and that is an area where we were trying to bridge the gap. Splunk is making that a possibility, where before we didn’t really have any technology that allowed us to do that.

EDTECH: How did your Splunk implementation evolve?

TUCKER: Our implementation was different than many other universities. Most implement Splunk for IT operations in the security arena. Usually, it’s security first, get buy-in and realization of value, and then move into compliance and policy alignment. We did the absolute opposite. Our first major project was to provide a utility to help hundreds of departmental IT staff align their thousands of servers with IU IT policies on log monitoring and review. This was a great success and it has raised compliance in that area significantly across the university.

Another one of our early projects was to bring in event logs from distributed systems in our central authentication services. The logs that are generated in these different systems are not the easiest to look at, let alone correlate what is in them. Now, we have built dashboards and searches around the entire authentication process so we can track authentications through each layer of the service. Clearly, that was not a possibility prior to Splunk. Administrators were doing a lot of manual review, pulling logs from many different areas and running manual searches across each one of those sources. Now, the team can ingest that data into Splunk, search it faster and more efficiently, and have greater insight into their service.

EDTECH: Did this require any staffing or process changes?

TUCKER: There is now a dedicated UITS team that manages the Splunk environment. We recognized early on that staffing focused on this area would be necessary going forward, so we included labor in our proposal to leadership. Another item to note regarding labor is the importance of training. Getting our team members trained and certified had a large impact to our success. The process was time-consuming for the staff, but it has definitely paid off. Having the staff understand the architecture and how to utilize the resources efficiently makes a world of difference.

Having a team that is focused on log management and the development of meaningful visualizations has had a great impact. Prior to this, many administrators and developers viewed log management as a necessity in order to investigate issues if they arose. Clearly, this viewpoint is not a proactive approach. Splunk has given IU’s IT staff the opportunity to become more proactive with their IT operations, and I believe this shift is helping us provide more stable, secure and forward-thinking IT services to the entire IU community.

This article is part of EdTech: Focus on Higher Education’s UniversITy blog series.

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Killexams : As National Summer Learning Week concludes, local programs reflect on the value of celebrating summer learning

Many celebrate summer as a break from school and learning.

But this past week, kids and educators nationwide celebrated National Summer Learning Week.

Locally, over 800 summer camp children attended the “Stepping Up for Summer Learning” event at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline — the largest summer learning celebration in Iowa and Illinois. 

The celebration, which ran from July 11 to 15, was launched by the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA) — a nationwide nonprofit investing in summer learning to help close the achievement gap.

Spring Forward, a local after-school and summer camp program, partnered with the NSLA to host Monday’s event. Dan McNeil, the program’s director, wants people to understand that there’s an industry of summer learning — one that involves school districts, nonprofits and others who hope to keep kids engaged during the summer.

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Over 800 QC summer camp children attended the “Stepping Up for Summer Learning” event to kick off National Summer Learning Week on Monday, July 11. This was the largest summer learning celebration in Iowa and Illinois.

“We work with so many partners who offer so much,” he said. “We had close to 60 teachers that worked our camps; we’re focused on summer learning, so those certified teachers are important. A good summer program combines academics with camp activities, games, play, and we try to do that to the best of our ability.”

The Rock Island Public Library runs a summer memorizing challenge from the beginning of June to the end of July, where participants can earn activity badges and prizes after completing memorizing goals.

Lisa Lockheart, outreach liaison for the library, said nationwide celebrations like National Summer Learning Week emphasized the importance of continuing to learn and read during the summer months.

“I think the national attention really does reinforce the importance that, while summer is for fun, learning can also be fun,” she said. “Leaning is something that needs to continue … and there are all different types of learning going on in the events we offer.”

Lockheart said the goal of the summer memorizing challenge was to have all participants read 100,000 minutes. Last she checked, participants had read 235,780 minutes.

Sheri Peacock is the associate superintendent of student achievement for the East Moline School District. Her role coordinates all internal or collaborative summer programming for the district.

Peacock views summer learning as a worthwhile and rewarding investment.

“Anyone in the community, whether you’re a taxpayer or business owner, can invest in summer learning. Either donating, volunteering or just being aware it’s happening in your community because these are your students,” she said. “If you invest in kids now, they’ll be the ones who will take care of the community. It will pay off not only now, but in the future.”

Lockheart said the collaboration between summer learning programs and organizations shone a spotlight on how valuable of an investment summer learning was.

“It really makes a statement about the resources that we have available in our community, and we love participating in it,” she said. “We all bring something to the table and the more we work together, the better off we are.”

Partnerships between summer programs and school districts are beneficial, too, said Two Rivers YMCA Camp Director Cami Ill.

“A lot of that loss happens over the summer when kids don’t have access to books or things they can use to keep up. We partner with districts so we can identify kids who might need some extra help,” she said.

Ill said she was happy to see so many new faces this summer as the world of education still recovered from the pandemic.

“This summer felt a little more natural. They’ve had a year of going back to school,” she said. “I was happy we were able to get back to normal and take more kids — because the need was there.”

McNeil and Peacock agree that summer learning programs expand access to academic achievement — and fun — for all student demographics.

“Summer is sometimes considered the most unequal time in America because a lot of our kids don’t have the same experiences as their more affluent peers. Some families are going on vacations or have sports, but some kids aren’t,” McNeil said. “Our camps are about equity, making sure every child has an amazing summer experience.”

Sometimes, summer learning programs provide kids with experiences that expand their worldview.

“Let’s say someone came over from the Putnam to do a program. It might have touched upon something one of the children sitting in that room is passionate about — they might be the next museum curator,” Peacock said. “You can open the world up for a child through these experiences.”

McNeil said Spring Forward was wrapping up its summer program with a pool party Sunday at Whitewater Junction in Rock Island. Campers and their families who attended at least 80% of the camp will be eligible to participate — because just like school, summer learning attendance is important.

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Killexams : First state-certified pre-apprenticeship program approved in Chester County

DOWNINGTOWN — The Chester County Intermediate Unit was recently approved for the first-ever state-certified pre-apprenticeship program.

Build Your Trade will be offered at the CCIU’s three Technical College High Schools beginning in September 2022. The program will focus on meeting the demand for workers in the construction trade industry and will as provide students with access to all the resources necessary to excel in this line of work.

The pre-apprenticeship program will prepare students to immediately enter either an apprenticeship program or the workforce. While other schools in Pennsylvania provide similar pre-apprenticeship programs, this is the first one to be certified by the state. The Build Your Trade program will be offered to Technical College High Schools students in grade 10.

Over the course of the three-year program, graduates will receive 72.5 hours of credit, which will be directly transferred to a registered apprenticeship program with ABC Eastern Pennsylvania or ABC Keystone. Graduates will advance through these programs with accelerated speed and no debt.

Joe Fullerton, director of Career, Technical and Customized Education at the CCIU, had this to say about the program: “We are excited to receive approval for this pre-apprenticeship program. This will provide students in the building trades programs, such as carpentry, electrical and HVAC, another opportunity to earn valuable work experience for continued growth and success. We are thrilled to be the first pre-apprenticeship program approved in Chester County.”

Technical College High Schools offer many programs aimed at addressing the workforce deficits faced by the Chester County community at large. The Build Your Trade program was designed to help relieve the many workforce shortages in the construction trade industry, in hopes that the pipeline of skilled workers will support the growing demands in Chester County. The Build Your Trade program will combine curriculum learning and hands-on technical learning, as well as collaborative efforts with industry partners on TCHS’ Occupational Advisory Committee and non-profits to help build affordable housing for the community.

In addition to providing credits for state apprenticeship programs, Build Your Trade will provide students with industry credentials and certificates to prepare them for entrance into the workforce. Students will also have the opportunity to connect with industry partners and hiring businesses as well as the ability to attend job fairs and interviews.

Jill Stoltzfus, Technical College High Schools career readiness coordinator, expressed her eagerness for the program to begin, stating: “We are so excited to be starting our Build Your Trade pre-apprenticeship program, the first state-registered program in Chester County.

ABC Eastern Pennsylvania and ABC Keystone have partnered with us and will support students as they transfer to either a registered apprenticeship program or directly enter the workforce. Either way, they will support our students with successful opportunities post-graduation.”

The Chester County Technical College High School is a part-time, public high school of choice specializing in career and technical education for students in grades 9-12. Students attend one of three campuses located throughout Chester County and receive a high school diploma from their sending school while being able to participate in all sports, clubs and activities offered by their home school.

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Killexams : Tech Moves: Microsoft hires cloud security VP; Expedia board member resigns; and more

Shawn Bice returned to Microsoft to serve as corporate vice president of cloud security. Bice left a general manager position at Microsoft in 2016 to become vice president of databases at Amazon.

“Security is a data problem, and I have spent most of my career building distributed data systems,” said Bice in a blog post. More recently Bice was president of products and technology at data platform company Splunk.

Susan Athey, a professor of economics at Stanford, resigned from Expedia’s board of directors. A former consulting chief economist for Microsoft, Athey serves as an advisor or board member to multiple companies.

Athey is also the founder of the Golub Capital Social Impact Lab, a Stanford effort to Boost social sector organizations through digital technology and social science research. She has previously-announced plans to step down from the board of Seattle pet sitting company Rover in August.

— A pair of top Black leaders at Amazon who helped oversee the company’s e-commerce operations are departing:

  • Alicia Boler-Davis, senior vice president of global customer fulfillment and a member of Amazon’s senior leadership team (S-team)
  • Dave Bozeman, vice president of Amazon Transportation Services

Their departures come as Amazon reorganizes its operations organization. On Tuesday the company announced that Doug Herrington, a veteran of Amazon’s consumer business, will be promoted to the new role of CEO of Worldwide Amazon Stores following the departure of top consumer exec Dave Clark. Read more here.

— Electric aircraft company magniX appointed a new chairman of the board: John Saabas, previously head of engineering and technology for Bombardier Transportation.

Saabas previously also served as an advisor to MagniX and chairman of its technical steering committee. “I am excited at taking on a bigger role at magniX at a critical stage, as we advance from product development to certification and commercialization,” said Saabas in a statement.

MagniX announced a partnership last year to develop electric commuter airplanes with Vancouver, B.C.-based Harbour Air Seaplanes and Swiss battery company H55, and recently landed $74.3 million from NASA.

Outgoing chairman Dominique Spragg will remain with the company as an advisor.

— Logistics startup Shipium is building up its leadership team. Shipium hired Shilpa Tiwari as vice president of engineering and data science, Jason Kerner as senior vice president of sales engineering, and Brian Thom as vice president of sales.

Shipium raised $27 million this spring to fuel the growth of its tools to helps e-commerce shops manage fulfillment. The startup targets mid-sized retailers that can’t afford to build out the type of software that giants such as Amazon and Walmart use to coordinate and optimize e-commerce operations.

Other personnel changes across the Pacific Northwest tech industry:

  • Joseph Williams joined Infosys as a consulting partner, running their global cybersecurity strategy consulting group. He will remain in Seattle, where he was previously Seattle director of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
  • Randall Tau moved from Amazon Transportation Services to NEXT Trucking, where he is senior vice president of operations.
  • Mike Kaplan is now vice president of business development at satellite company LeoStella. He was previously vice president of new business development for defense and space at Belcan.
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Killexams : Shifting Priorities: Rethinking Employee Benefits

Debby Routt is Chief People Officer at Marathon Health.

Since the pandemic started, HR professionals have had to juggle retaining their current employees while also attracting new talent. Employees have more options than ever when it comes to job choice. They’ve come to expect benefits like comprehensive healthcare plans, creative time off options and development opportunities that include job shadowing. But, while important, benefits are just one of many reasons a candidate chooses you over another company or why an employee stays at your company.

Now is the time for HR leaders to get creative and look for areas where they can make adjustments to their employee benefits. Here are some ways to help you stand out.

Tailored Behavioral Health Services For Employees

Behavioral health services have taken center stage recently as more employers are offering counseling as part of their employee assistance programs (EAPs). HR professionals need to start looking at the quality of these services at a much deeper level. Historically, EAPs provided high-level counseling with a predetermined number of visits per year and were bundled together with other benefits like short-term disability for a reduced price. But now, more EAPs are providing comprehensive mental health services for employees.

The adage “you get what you pay for” is true when it comes to EAPs. Organizations must ask the right questions when evaluating a potential partner. For example, ask how many certified specialists they employ and if they have a waitlist. Ask about the average wait time to get an appointment with a counselor since some counselors have long waitlists due to high demand. Check to see if they have specialists who are certified to work with your employees’ children as the pandemic has impacted our younger populations in profound ways. HR leaders should also talk with other companies that use the EAP services they are evaluating or ask for references.

It's also crucial to take the time to find a partner that really understands your organization and your employee population, instead of taking a cookie-cutter approach. You should choose an EAP that can provide you with reporting to identify the challenges your employee population is currently facing. If you have several employees who are reaching out for help with anxiety, childcare needs or financial hardships, use the data as you evaluate benefit plans to make more informed decisions about what to offer.

An EAP isn’t valuable if your employees don’t take advantage of it. All too often, HR leaders get an EAP and have extremely low utilization rates. Your EAP shouldn't be a “get it and forget it” benefit. You must put a plan in place to promote the offerings throughout the year. Find ways to make the services more attractive to your employees. If it’s not front and center, you’re wasting money.

Flexibility Is A Must For Work-Life Balance

Letting employees have time off has always been important to prevent burnout, but it's even more so now since they are juggling the challenges brought on by the pandemic. Even with increased flexibility provided by remote and hybrid work schedules, employees are finding it difficult to step away from their work even when they have days off.

Traditional PTO plans may no longer be the answer. When making changes to PTO benefits, employers need to consider their employees’ needs to help them disconnect. Sometimes it might be stepping away for a few hours to attend a PTA meeting or to attend a wellness class. Many employees have come to expect the ability to move away from the standard 9-to-5 work schedule and are wanting more flexible hours.

Work-life balance is crucial right now. If an employee doesn’t have any meetings scheduled in the afternoon and wants to join their kids on the playground for recess, they should feel empowered to do so if their job allows them to. This will help balance the times when they need to put in additional hours during evenings or weekends.

For employees to feel comfortable taking time out for themselves or their families when needed, organizations need to make sure they’re creating a culture that supports this type of flexibility. They should also try to honor their employees' PTO by minimizing incidents when they need to contact them during vacation time.

Professional Development Should Be A Two-Way Conversation

Investing in your employees has always been incredibly important to ensure they have a robust career development plan. But the Great Resignation has caused more employees to start looking for professional development opportunities as they are able to compete in more job markets due to the flexibility of remote work. If employers don't provide these opportunities, expect employees to find a company that will.

It's important that managers have a conversation with their employees to help them identify beneficial development opportunities and how they will help to support them in their career paths. Goal setting is an effective way to kick off this conversation by identifying how an employee wants to grow in their career. Managers can provide guidance on options such as on-the-job training, classes, webinars, podcasts, job shadowing and books that could be beneficial. If they know they will need to complete their professional development outside of work hours, they should have clear expectations so they can plan for the additional time commitment.

Finally, organizations should invest in good management training. Employees historically don't leave companies, but instead, leave bad managers. Now is one of the most important times to make sure that managers are really in sync with their employees so they’re able to effectively lead and manage their team. Leading in a hybrid work environment is much different than anything many managers have faced before. Make sure you are working with your leaders on how to manage in a hybrid environment. While some employees are natural people leaders, others need guidance so they can effectively deal with things like personnel issues, development plans and difficult conversations.

As employee priorities continue to shift, it's vital that companies keep pace and rethink their benefits.


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Killexams : Splunk Announces Partnerverse Enhancements at Global Partner Summit

.conf22– Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK), the data platform leader for security and observability, today announced Splunk Partnerverse program enhancements and underscored its commitment to accelerating partner success during its Global Partner Summit (GPS) at .conf22, Splunk’s 13th annual user conference. GPS provides Splunk partners with the tools and knowledge to sell, build, manage and advise with Splunk solutions as well as how to best align and take advantage of the Partnerverse program benefits. The new Partnerverse enhancements will help Splunk’s 2,400+ partners expand and differentiate their offerings.

“Splunk is investing in our partners’ success through our Partnerverse Program with new features and resources to support and enable our expanding global partner network,” said Bill Hustad, Vice President of Alliances and Channel Ecosystems, Splunk. “Partnerverse enables the Splunk partner community to maximize impact by developing the necessary skills, achieving the right certifications and building capabilities that support customers. Together with our partners, Splunk customers can realize their vision for security, resilience and innovation.”

New Partnerverse Features

During GPS, Splunk introduced new Partnerverse benefits and tools designed to accelerate partner impact. Enhancements include access to the Splunk Cloud Sandbox, a dedicated, persistent, and non-production Splunk Cloud Platform environment. For a duration of 12 months, eligible partners can access a 50GB, single tenant, cloud stack environment to learn about Splunk cloud products, build and test solutions, and demonstrate their solutions on Splunk Cloud to existing and new customers. Splunk also released a new online Solutions Catalog where partners can showcase their expertise and Splunk-based offerings and services to attract and connect with potential customers.

In addition, Splunk launched a new Funded Partner Training benefit as part of its Partnerverse program to help Splunk partners build solution competencies and drive enablement. Each eligible partner will receive two coupons for Splunk Enterprise Certified Architect and/or the Splunk Cloud Administration course. These trainings help prepare partners for certifications that validate an individual’s skills and knowledge of data management and system configuration for data collection and ingestion in a Splunk Cloud Platform or Splunk Enterprise environment. Eligible partners will continue to have access to a 50 percent discount on all individual instructor-led and self-paced Splunk training.

Splunk Announces New Customer Immersion Experience Center

Splunk also announced it will work with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to create a new and groundbreaking Customer Immersion Experience Center in its Splunk office in London Paddington to demonstrate the impact of data and digital transformation. This immersive experience will provide each Splunk customer with tailored, real-world applications to unlock innovation, enhance security, drive resilience and deliver an inspirational vision of their cloud journey. All attendees across core industries, starting with retail, will engage with Splunk’s cloud-based solutions to see first-hand how an effective data strategy can elevate their innovation in a fast-paced world, reduce costs, and ensure they can stay ahead of the competition.

“We work very closely with Splunk and Splunk partners, and are committed to providing our joint customers with opportunities to innovate with confidence, migrate and modernize existing environments, and scale without limits,” said Ruba Borno, Vice President, Channels and Alliances, AWS. “The Customer Immersion Experience Center will take this one step further in developing effective data strategies to help our customers expedite digital transformation and drive success.”

Splunk Wins Google Cloud Technology Partner of the Year - Marketplace

Splunk received the 2021 Google Cloud Technology Partner of the Year - Marketplace award for its achievements in the Google Cloud ecosystem, helping joint customers to transform their businesses. The combination of Google Cloud’s AI-powered, industry focused products and services and Splunk’s industry-leading data platform has empowered Splunk’s global customers to accelerate their cloud transition while helping them digitally transform and reimagine their business.

“This award recognizes Splunk’s commitment to customer success, and its delivery of innovative and impactful solutions on Google Cloud Marketplace,” said Bronwyn Hastings, Vice President of Global ISV Partnerships and Channels, Google Cloud. “We’re proud to recognize Splunk as our Technology Partner of the Year Marketplace, and we look forward to continuing our work together building and creating business value for customers with cloud technologies.”

Congratulations to the Splunk Partner Awards Winners

Splunk recently recognized a number of global high-growth and strategic partners at the Splunk Global Partner Awards. These partners drive positive business outcomes, as well as help joint customers leverage Splunk to solve their challenges and share Splunk’s customer-first mentality. To learn more about the Splunk Global Partner Award winners, please visit the Splunk blog.

.conf22 is an opportunity to see the strength of the Splunk Partnerverse in action and Splunk appreciates the support from its .conf22 sponsors. For more information on .conf22 announcements, visit the Splunk .conf22 website.

About Splunk Inc.

Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK) helps organizations around the world turn data into doing. Splunk technology is designed to investigate, monitor, analyze and act on data at any scale.

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SAN FRANCISCO & LAS VEGAS, June 15, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--.conf22– Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK), the data platform leader for security and observability, today announced Splunk Partnerverse program enhancements and underscored its commitment to accelerating partner success during its Global Partner Summit (GPS) at .conf22, Splunk’s 13th annual user conference. GPS provides Splunk partners with the tools and knowledge to sell, build, manage and advise with Splunk solutions as well as how to best align and take advantage of the Partnerverse program benefits. The new Partnerverse enhancements will help Splunk’s 2,400+ partners expand and differentiate their offerings.

"Splunk is investing in our partners’ success through our Partnerverse Program with new features and resources to support and enable our expanding global partner network," said Bill Hustad, Vice President of Alliances and Channel Ecosystems, Splunk. "Partnerverse enables the Splunk partner community to maximize impact by developing the necessary skills, achieving the right certifications and building capabilities that support customers. Together with our partners, Splunk customers can realize their vision for security, resilience and innovation."

New Partnerverse Features

During GPS, Splunk introduced new Partnerverse benefits and tools designed to accelerate partner impact. Enhancements include access to the Splunk Cloud Sandbox, a dedicated, persistent, and non-production Splunk Cloud Platform environment. For a duration of 12 months, eligible partners can access a 50GB, single tenant, cloud stack environment to learn about Splunk cloud products, build and test solutions, and demonstrate their solutions on Splunk Cloud to existing and new customers. Splunk also released a new online Solutions Catalog where partners can showcase their expertise and Splunk-based offerings and services to attract and connect with potential customers.

In addition, Splunk launched a new Funded Partner Training benefit as part of its Partnerverse program to help Splunk partners build solution competencies and drive enablement. Each eligible partner will receive two coupons for Splunk Enterprise Certified Architect and/or the Splunk Cloud Administration course. These trainings help prepare partners for certifications that validate an individual’s skills and knowledge of data management and system configuration for data collection and ingestion in a Splunk Cloud Platform or Splunk Enterprise environment. Eligible partners will continue to have access to a 50 percent discount on all individual instructor-led and self-paced Splunk training.

Splunk Announces New Customer Immersion Experience Center

Splunk also announced it will work with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to create a new and groundbreaking Customer Immersion Experience Center in its Splunk office in London Paddington to demonstrate the impact of data and digital transformation. This immersive experience will provide each Splunk customer with tailored, real-world applications to unlock innovation, enhance security, drive resilience and deliver an inspirational vision of their cloud journey. All attendees across core industries, starting with retail, will engage with Splunk’s cloud-based solutions to see first-hand how an effective data strategy can elevate their innovation in a fast-paced world, reduce costs, and ensure they can stay ahead of the competition.

"We work very closely with Splunk and Splunk partners, and are committed to providing our joint customers with opportunities to innovate with confidence, migrate and modernize existing environments, and scale without limits," said Ruba Borno, Vice President, Channels and Alliances, AWS. "The Customer Immersion Experience Center will take this one step further in developing effective data strategies to help our customers expedite digital transformation and drive success."

Splunk Wins Google Cloud Technology Partner of the Year - Marketplace

Splunk received the 2021 Google Cloud Technology Partner of the Year - Marketplace award for its achievements in the Google Cloud ecosystem, helping joint customers to transform their businesses. The combination of Google Cloud’s AI-powered, industry focused products and services and Splunk’s industry-leading data platform has empowered Splunk’s global customers to accelerate their cloud transition while helping them digitally transform and reimagine their business.

"This award recognizes Splunk’s commitment to customer success, and its delivery of innovative and impactful solutions on Google Cloud Marketplace," said Bronwyn Hastings, Vice President of Global ISV Partnerships and Channels, Google Cloud. "We’re proud to recognize Splunk as our Technology Partner of the Year Marketplace, and we look forward to continuing our work together building and creating business value for customers with cloud technologies."

Congratulations to the Splunk Partner Awards Winners

Splunk recently recognized a number of global high-growth and strategic partners at the Splunk Global Partner Awards. These partners drive positive business outcomes, as well as help joint customers leverage Splunk to solve their challenges and share Splunk’s customer-first mentality. To learn more about the Splunk Global Partner Award winners, please visit the Splunk blog.

.conf22 is an opportunity to see the strength of the Splunk Partnerverse in action and Splunk appreciates the support from its .conf22 sponsors. For more information on .conf22 announcements, visit the Splunk .conf22 website.

About Splunk Inc.

Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK) helps organizations around the world turn data into doing. Splunk technology is designed to investigate, monitor, analyze and act on data at any scale.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including, without limitation, statements regarding Splunk’s investment in Partnerverse, Partnerverse features and benefits and the Customer Immersion Experience Center. For a list and description of such risks and uncertainties, see the company’s Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the fiscal quarter ended April 30, 2022, which is on file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), in particular in the section entitled Risk Factors, and in Splunk’s other filings with the SEC. Splunk does not assume any obligation to update the forward-looking statements provided to reflect events that occur or circumstances that exist after the date on which they were made, except as required by applicable law.

Splunk, Splunk>, Data-to-Everything and Turn Data Into Doing are trademarks and registered trademarks of Splunk Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective owners. © 2022 Splunk Inc. All rights reserved.

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Contacts

Media Contact
Gabrielle Jasinski
Splunk Inc.
press@splunk.com

Investor Contact
Ken Tinsley
Splunk Inc.
ir@splunk.com

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Killexams : Splunk Announces Partnerverse Enhancements at Global Partner Summit

SAN FRANCISCO & LAS VEGAS, June 15, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--.conf22– Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK), the data platform leader for security and observability, today announced Splunk Partnerverse program enhancements and underscored its commitment to accelerating partner success during its Global Partner Summit (GPS) at .conf22, Splunk’s 13th annual user conference. GPS provides Splunk partners with the tools and knowledge to sell, build, manage and advise with Splunk solutions as well as how to best align and take advantage of the Partnerverse program benefits. The new Partnerverse enhancements will help Splunk’s 2,400+ partners expand and differentiate their offerings.

"Splunk is investing in our partners’ success through our Partnerverse Program with new features and resources to support and enable our expanding global partner network," said Bill Hustad, Vice President of Alliances and Channel Ecosystems, Splunk. "Partnerverse enables the Splunk partner community to maximize impact by developing the necessary skills, achieving the right certifications and building capabilities that support customers. Together with our partners, Splunk customers can realize their vision for security, resilience and innovation."

New Partnerverse Features

During GPS, Splunk introduced new Partnerverse benefits and tools designed to accelerate partner impact. Enhancements include access to the Splunk Cloud Sandbox, a dedicated, persistent, and non-production Splunk Cloud Platform environment. For a duration of 12 months, eligible partners can access a 50GB, single tenant, cloud stack environment to learn about Splunk cloud products, build and test solutions, and demonstrate their solutions on Splunk Cloud to existing and new customers. Splunk also released a new online Solutions Catalog where partners can showcase their expertise and Splunk-based offerings and services to attract and connect with potential customers.

In addition, Splunk launched a new Funded Partner Training benefit as part of its Partnerverse program to help Splunk partners build solution competencies and drive enablement. Each eligible partner will receive two coupons for Splunk Enterprise Certified Architect and/or the Splunk Cloud Administration course. These trainings help prepare partners for certifications that validate an individual’s skills and knowledge of data management and system configuration for data collection and ingestion in a Splunk Cloud Platform or Splunk Enterprise environment. Eligible partners will continue to have access to a 50 percent discount on all individual instructor-led and self-paced Splunk training.

Splunk Announces New Customer Immersion Experience Center

Splunk also announced it will work with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to create a new and groundbreaking Customer Immersion Experience Center in its Splunk office in London Paddington to demonstrate the impact of data and digital transformation. This immersive experience will provide each Splunk customer with tailored, real-world applications to unlock innovation, enhance security, drive resilience and deliver an inspirational vision of their cloud journey. All attendees across core industries, starting with retail, will engage with Splunk’s cloud-based solutions to see first-hand how an effective data strategy can elevate their innovation in a fast-paced world, reduce costs, and ensure they can stay ahead of the competition.

"We work very closely with Splunk and Splunk partners, and are committed to providing our joint customers with opportunities to innovate with confidence, migrate and modernize existing environments, and scale without limits," said Ruba Borno, Vice President, Channels and Alliances, AWS. "The Customer Immersion Experience Center will take this one step further in developing effective data strategies to help our customers expedite digital transformation and drive success."

Splunk Wins Google Cloud Technology Partner of the Year - Marketplace

Splunk received the 2021 Google Cloud Technology Partner of the Year - Marketplace award for its achievements in the Google Cloud ecosystem, helping joint customers to transform their businesses. The combination of Google Cloud’s AI-powered, industry focused products and services and Splunk’s industry-leading data platform has empowered Splunk’s global customers to accelerate their cloud transition while helping them digitally transform and reimagine their business.

"This award recognizes Splunk’s commitment to customer success, and its delivery of innovative and impactful solutions on Google Cloud Marketplace," said Bronwyn Hastings, Vice President of Global ISV Partnerships and Channels, Google Cloud. "We’re proud to recognize Splunk as our Technology Partner of the Year Marketplace, and we look forward to continuing our work together building and creating business value for customers with cloud technologies."

Congratulations to the Splunk Partner Awards Winners

Splunk recently recognized a number of global high-growth and strategic partners at the Splunk Global Partner Awards. These partners drive positive business outcomes, as well as help joint customers leverage Splunk to solve their challenges and share Splunk’s customer-first mentality. To learn more about the Splunk Global Partner Award winners, please visit the Splunk blog.

.conf22 is an opportunity to see the strength of the Splunk Partnerverse in action and Splunk appreciates the support from its .conf22 sponsors. For more information on .conf22 announcements, visit the Splunk .conf22 website.

About Splunk Inc.

Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK) helps organizations around the world turn data into doing. Splunk technology is designed to investigate, monitor, analyze and act on data at any scale.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including, without limitation, statements regarding Splunk’s investment in Partnerverse, Partnerverse features and benefits and the Customer Immersion Experience Center. For a list and description of such risks and uncertainties, see the company’s Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the fiscal quarter ended April 30, 2022, which is on file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), in particular in the section entitled Risk Factors, and in Splunk’s other filings with the SEC. Splunk does not assume any obligation to update the forward-looking statements provided to reflect events that occur or circumstances that exist after the date on which they were made, except as required by applicable law.

Splunk, Splunk>, Data-to-Everything and Turn Data Into Doing are trademarks and registered trademarks of Splunk Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective owners. © 2022 Splunk Inc. All rights reserved.

View source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220615005382/en/

Contacts

Media Contact
Gabrielle Jasinski
Splunk Inc.
press@splunk.com

Investor Contact
Ken Tinsley
Splunk Inc.
ir@splunk.com

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