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Splunk

Decision Kit

Decision Kit

Summary

Splunk is an American multinational corporation based in San Francisco, California, which produces software for searching, monitoring, and analyzing machine-generated big data, through a web-style interface. Splunk (the product) captures, indexes, and correlates real-time data in a searchable repository from which it can generate graphs, reports, alerts, dashboards, and visualizations.

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FEATURES

Audit Events

To maintain the integrity of your code, admins can track and analyze changes made within GitLab in an advanced audit event system

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Vulnerability Management

Empower your entire team, and not just Security, to act on security findings with a unified interface for scan results from all GitLab Security scanners.

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Tracing

Tracing provides insight into the performance and health of a deployed application, tracking each function or microservice which handles a given request. This makes it easy to understand the end-to-end flow of a request, regardless of whether you are using a monolithic or distributed system.

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Error tracking

View Sentry errors directly within GitLab.

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Insights

Charts to visualize data such as triage hygiene, issues created/closed in a given period, average time for merge requests to be merged and much more.

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Compliance Dashboard

View an aggregated compliance status of your groups and projects, easily spot when projects are out of compliance and take informed actions to remediate any issues.

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Alerts

Aggregate and triage IT alerts from external services with the option to promote to incidents.

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