Migrating from on-premises to Splunk Cloud Platform
Whether you are just looking or have made the decision to migrate to Splunk Cloud Platform, we're here to help! We want to ensure your transition to the Splunk Cloud Platform is easy, fast and delightful.
The Splunk Cloud Platform advantage
With Splunk Cloud Platform, you spend more time innovating and less time managing infrastructure and software, ensuring your entire organization benefits from Splunk’s deep expertise.
Reallocation: By outsourcing your infrastructure management and admin tasks to Splunk, your teams can focus on core, higher value tasks and solve more of your data challenges.
Innovation: With a new release of the Splunk Cloud Platform every four to six weeks, you get access to the latest features faster. Moreover, it is a re-architected cloud native platform that supports your needs at any volume and velocity of data.
Security: Splunk Cloud Platform meets the industry’s most stringent compliance regulations: SOC 2 Type 2, ISO 27001, PCI and HIPAA. Additionally, Splunk Cloud Platform is FedRAMP Authorized by the General Services Administration FedRAMP Program Management Office at the Moderate Impact Level and also meets U.S. Persons requirements under ITAR. We provide dedicated cloud environments for each customer, as well as encryption in transit and optional encryption at rest.
Efficiency: With Splunk Cloud Platform, you have an optimized, scalable and efficient data platform offering Splunk’s capabilities to harness the full potential of your data. You get dedicated sysadmin, NOC, and SOC teams continuously optimizing the availability, performance, and operational security of your Splunk platform.
First, watch this video to understand what is entailed in migrating to the Splunk Cloud Platform.
Next, follow this step-by-step guide of resources, tools, services, and best practices to ensure your move to the cloud is successful.
- Migrating to Splunk Cloud Platform
- The guided path below provides an overview of how to migrate to Splunk Cloud Platform. In addition, it contains recommendations on best practices, tutorials for getting started, and troubleshooting information for common situations.
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