panagenda goes Splunk!
panagenda has a strong track record of providing critical insights into IBM® Notes® and Domino® environments. Chosen by IBM as their solution for Domino Doublecheck infrastructure analysis and used by companies across the globe, our DNA solution family has been used to analyze environments with a total of more than 10 million users. With its own built in visualization and reporting framework, iDNA delivers vital information for management, business and technical audiences. It covers topics like platform usage, cost, security, collaboration and communication.
The next step in iDNA’s evolution is a connector that gives Splunk® the ability to utilize all collected iDNA data. With IBM Notes platform usage and email activity at its core, this also includes Domino Directory information like person and group documents, database details, Domino logs, statistics and more.
For those of you who are not exactly sure what Splunk® is, their response to the question “What Is Splunk?“:
You see servers and devices, apps and logs, traffic and clouds. We see data—everywhere. Splunk® offers the leading platform for Operational Intelligence. It enables the curious to look closely at what others ignore—machine data—and find what others never see: insights that can help make your company more productive, profitable, competitive and secure.
panagenda iDNA is the only solution to make such a wide array of Notes and Domino data available to Splunk, and as such we are convinced that it can provide tremendous value to many organizations who use Splunk as their operational intelligence and analytics platform.
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