Whiteblock and Splunk integrate for real-time Ethereum data analytics

By March 19, 2020 Ethereum
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Whiteblock and Splunk integrate for real-time Ethereum data analytics
Published by CryptoNinjas.net March 19, 2020

Whiteblock Genesis, a development platform for the Web3 space, today announced a new partnership and platform integration with Splunk.

Splunk, based out of San Francisco, CA, is a leader in leveraging machine learning to bring large volume data analytics to their users; all as part of their mission to be the premier “Data-to-Everything Platform.”

The Splunk platform provides its users with real-time data insights to carry the widest-reaching impacts across whole organizations. Splunk’s newest product offering, Splunk Connect for Ethereum, also known as ethlogger, is set to help Whiteblock bring that shared vision to the Web3 space.

With the new integration, users are enabled to spin up a testnet in Genesis and dive even deeper into their Splunk data insights.

Splunk Connect for Ethereum’s ethlogger Command Line Interface (CLI) can start and configure blockchain node and output connections. While granular control options are managed with CLI flags, environment variables, and ethlogger’s configuration file. The ethlogger configuration is managed with a simple, human and machine-readable YAML file, similar to Whiteblock’s own Genesis platform.

“Whiteblock is integrating Splunk into the Genesis platform to deliver our users access to their Splunk data from directly within their Genesis projects. This allows users to test assumptions about their data in real-time using Whiteblock Genesis. Not only will Genesis users soon have access to their Splunk data in Genesis; but we’re working to position Splunk as the preferred data analytics platform for getting your logs in Genesis. Our team here at Whiteblock strongly encourages Genesis users to activate and utilize their own Splunk instance. This allows the experience and results to speak for themselves.”
– The Whiteblock team

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