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A guide to gaining real-time insights into industrial operations with Splunk

Managing complex industrial operations isn’t easy. Working across different control systems like SCADA, process historians, and alarm and event sensors makes it challenging to gain a unified view into the availability and performance of your environment.

But with the right combination of data and monitoring and diagnostics tools, you can improve visibility into your environments and maximize operations performance.

In this guide, learn how you can monitor your industrial assets, applications and infrastructure, and quickly diagnose issues by combining existing industrial data sources with Splunk’s monitoring and diagnostics platform.

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