Cribl Stream is a vendor-agnostic observability pipeline that gives you the flexibility to collect, reduce, enrich, normalize, and route data from any source to any destination within your existing data infrastructure.
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Vodafone Dials up Business Insights with Cribl Stream
Cribl Edge provides an intelligent, highly scalable edge-based data collection system for logs, metrics, and application data.
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Cribl Search turns the traditional search process on its head, allowing users to search data in place without having to collect/store first.
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The fastest and easiest way to realize the value of an observability ecosystem.
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Cribl makes open observability a reality, giving you the freedom and flexibility to make choices instead of compromises.
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Cribl, a data observability platform used by businesses such as Accenture, Domino’s and 7-Eleven, has raised $150 million in a series D round of funding. The raise comes as remote work has become a semi-permanent way of life for millions of employees around the globe and a “decentralized” workforce can make it more complex for companies to manage IT systems and data distributed across multiple locations.