Splunk Previous Solutions

Colt Rodgers
Infrastructure Engineer at Zirous, Inc.
We did not use a different solution before. The closest thing that we would have done to this would have been personally scraping logs reactively, which cost us roughly two to three hours per issue that arose purely through log searching and remediation. View full review »
Kenn Brodhagen
DevOps Engineer at Amplify
Before Splunk, we used Kibana and Elasticsearch. Sometimes, with them, logs wouldn't even be there. We have received an infinite time reduction there. We couldn't use what we had before, so Splunk being there and working does a lot. View full review »
Gregg Woodcock
Consultant at Splunxter, Inc.
I have dabbled with LogRythm and ArcSight and they are both OK, but Time-To-Value is WAY shorter with Splunk, IMHO. View full review »
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Director of Information Security with 201-500 employees
* AlienVault * LogRhthym * ArcSight * QRadar I've used a whole bunch of different solutions. For a SIEM based solution, they are more purpose-built for that function. Where Splunk is purpose-built for a general logging and data capture solution so you'd be able to capture a lot of different information. View full review »
Michael Kaericher
Application Engineer at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
I previously used LogRhythm. I found this tool particularly difficult to use. It was more rigid in its normalization of data. View full review »
Mui Tran
Project Manager at Idemitsu Oil & Gas
Up until we trialed Splunk we did not have any solution. We used Splunk because we don't have anything to monitor our system. I contacted our local vendor in Vietnam, and they suggest using the trial version of Splunk to see how it works in our environment. This is the main reason I trialed Splunk. We just used the trial version in our office and, since it expired, we haven't used it. View full review »
Security Operation Center Analyst at Sadad
I used ELK. It was good. It is an open-source solution, but there is some complexity in configuring it, working with it. In choosing a vendor I use industry reviews to find feedback from the community that works with the solution. View full review »
Christopher Mooney
Incident Manager at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We previously used ArcSight, but found Splunk to be more cloud capable. View full review »
IT Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We used SurfWatch and VMware in the past. View full review »
Ken Orr
Security Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Years ago, we did use another solution, but I am not sure it exists any longer. We have been using Splunk for many years. View full review »
MS Alam
System Administrator at Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets
We are using OpManager to monitor server logs. View full review »
Colin Jackson, CISSP, MMIS, GMON
Information Security Engineer/Architect at a tech services company
While we did not have a previous solution, we took what little of Splunk that we have been using and have increased it greatly. View full review »
Engineer at a integrator with 11-50 employees
Our clients switch from Nagios or other monitoring solutions because the other solutions were not as flexible as Splunk. With Splunk, you can do things very programmatically. With a help of a developer and included SDK you can add needed functionality. View full review »
Rudi Wicaksono
Architecture and Security Team Leader at Offshore North West Java (ONWJ)
We did not use another solution previously. View full review »
Michael Linde
Senior Network Security Engineer at a media company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We were using a different SIEM, which was old-fashioned and very structured. View full review »
Christina Spires
Systems Analyst Staff - SW Eng Compute Analytics Lead at a wireless company with 10,001+ employees
Previously, only the service owner could see the data and he might have gone to several places to obtain it. Now, it is all in one place and easy to access. View full review »
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