Splunk to buy cloud network observability startup Flowmill

Splunk Flowmill

Splunk, a California-based provider of a Data to Everything Platform, has signed an agreement to acquire Flowmill. The financial terms of the transactions were not disclosed.

Founded in 2016, San-Francisco based Flowmill offers cloud network visibility in every connection in the distributed application. 

The deal is expected to close during the fourth quarter of 2020, with respect to customary closing conditions.

Executive Opinion

Chief Technology Officer, Splunk, Tim Tully, said, "Observability technology is rapidly increasing in both sophistication and ability to help organizations revolutionize how they monitor their infrastructure and applications. Flowmill’s innovative NPM solution provides real-time observability into network behavior and performance of distributed cloud applications, leveraging extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) technologies. We’re excited to bring Flowmill’s visionary NPM technology into our Observability Suite as Splunk continues to deliver best-in-class observability capabilities to our customers."

Founder and CEO, Flowmill, Jonathan Perry, said, "Flowmill’s approach to building systems that support full-fidelity, real-time, high-cardinality ingestions and analysis aligns well with Splunk’s vision for observability. We’re thrilled to join Splunk and bring eBPF, next-generation NPM to the Splunk Observability Suite."

Splunk's Flowmill Acquisition

With the help of Flowmill, Splunk will further expand its existing observability capabilities. The acquisition helps Splunk in giving customers the ability to ingest, analyze, and take action on an additional cloud network and infrastructure data. Thus quickly help in resolving network related concern, optimize network performance, and reduce network costs, notes the announcement.

Flowmill's acquisition comes on the heels of Splunk’s recent deal of both the Rigor and Plumbr. Flowmill's capabilities will empower Splunk with the ability to address every application performance monitoring, NPM, and digital enterprise monitoring across all types of infrastructures and applications.

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