Activu’s vis/ability Platform improves situational awareness for Splunk customers.

Rockaway, NJ (June 17, 2021) – Activu today announced its visability platform now integrates with Splunk. The visability Splunk plugin empowers business-critical teams and stakeholders to identify and resolve incidents faster, with less disruption to business functions, and is one of a growing roster of IT and Cyber Operations monitoring platforms for which Activu is enabling Event-Driven Visual Intelligence..

Leading IT and Cyber teams use Activu’s visability Platform to separate signal from noise while automatically raising awareness across the organization. Within the visability Splunk plugin, users set conditions for any important alerts deemed critical to the organization. When triggered, visability automatically assembles relevant sources–like dashboards, urls, IP cameras–and pushes them to incident-response teams on their desktops, mobile devices, or SOC displays.

“As we continue to build Activu’s plugin library for visability, Splunk is an obvious integration where subject matter experts and decision-makers across an organization can benefit from Event-Driven Visual Intelligence” said John Alfieri, COO at Activu. He added “Splunk’s powerful insights gain significance, relevance, and context when paired with visual intelligence that is distributed instantly to appropriate elements within the business. In visability, functionality like screen-shares, web dashboards, applications, and more are tailored to users and combined with Splunk insights in unified, sharable, cloud-based dashboards.”

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About Activu

Vis/ability makes any information visible, collaborative, and proactive for people tasked with monitoring critical operations. Users of the platform see, share, and respond to events in real time, with context, to improve incident response, decision-making, and management. Activu software, solutions, and services benefit the daily lives of billions of people around the globe. Founded in 1983 as the first U.S.-based company to develop command center visualization technology, more than 1,300 control rooms depend on Activu.