Splunk : for the Internet of Things


  • Darshan Thoria CSE, SLTIET
  • Drashti Hirani M.E.C.S.E
  • Vishal Kansagara CSE, SLTIET


internet of things, industrial data, splunk enterprise, real time system, IoT with splunk analysis


The Internet of Things (IoT) has been defined in a number of different ways. Generally speaking, it
refers to a global, distributed network (or networks) of physical objects that are capable of sensing or acting on their
environment, and able to communicate with each other, other machines or computers. Such 'smart' objects come in a
wide range of sizes and capacities, including simple objects with embedded sensors, household appliances, industrial
robots, cars, trains, and wearable objects such as watches, bracelets or shirts. Their value lies in the vast quantities of
data they can capture and their capacity for communication, supporting real-time control or data analysis that
reveals new insights and prompts new actions. In this paper we have described Splunk software tool, which is ideal
for managing and analyzing the high velocity, volume and variety of data generated by IoT



How to Cite

Darshan Thoria, Drashti Hirani, & Vishal Kansagara. (2016). Splunk : for the Internet of Things. International Journal of Advance Research in Engineering, Science & Technology, 3(13), -. Retrieved from https://ijarest.com/index.php/ijarest/article/view/2158

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