Get visibility and deep analysis into every component of your blockchain stack. Blockchain at Splunk accelerates the adoption of Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) by supporting organizations to secure their infrastructure, detect errors quickly, and make blockchain data accessible to anyone.
Splunk Blockchain products offer connectors that ingest data directly from the blockchain, and applications that visualize and analyze data through dashboards to give coherent observability across IT monitoring, infrastructure security, and ledger analytics.
When your Splunk deployment is ingesting blockchain data, you can use it to accomplish:
IT monitoring and observability
These Splunk add-ons and apps are helpful for working with blockchain data.
Splunk App for Consensys Quorum
The OSS Quorum App for Splunk is an open source project. It contains a set of dashboards and analytics to give you full visibility into the system metrics, application data and ledger so that you can maintain security, stability and performance for your ConsenSys Quorum deployment.
- Getting started with the Splunk App for ConsenSys Quorum
- GitHub (For cloning the repo)
Splunk Connect for Ethereum (EthLogger)
Splunk Connect for Ethereum makes it easy to ingest data about Ethereum ledgers, node information, and node metrics.
Splunk Connect for Hyperledger Fabric (Fabric Logger)
Splunk Connect for Hyperledger Fabric sends blocks and transactions from a Hyperledger Fabric distributed ledger to Splunk for analytics. Each fabric-logger instance can monitor multiple channels for the peer it is connected to.
Splunk App for Hyperledger Fabric
Splunk App for Hyperledger Fabric contains a set of dashboards and analytics to give you full visibility into the system metrics, application data, and ledger so that you can maintain security, stability, and performance for your Hyperledger Fabric deployment.
Splunk App for Corda
Splunk App for Corda makes it easy for you to fully monitor your Corda Enterprise and OS environment. You will have visibility and monitoring of Corda node application logs, metrics, and traces. In addition, transaction data from the distributed ledger itself is visualized.
When your Splunk deployment is ingesting blockchain data, you can use the data to achieve the following:
- Monitoring multi-party computation in Hyperledger Fabric
- Detecting threats in multi-party computation systems