SignalFx, a cloud application monitoring platform, has been acquired by Splunk for $1 billion. The company emerged from stealth in March 2015 and provided a SaaS that allowed developers to monitor applications at any scale. The company's founders, Karthik Rau and Paul Gillin, wanted to use their technology to help engineers build perfect software. They built SignalFx to provide a user-friendly observability platform for developers.


    To help organizations adopt cloud-based architecture and streamline application management, SignalFx's Microservices APM platform integrates with leading identity and access management (IDM) solutions, including PingOne and PingFederate. Together, they provide a streamlined user management and provisioning experience. The two solutions integrate seamlessly, enabling businesses to use SCIM provisioning to quickly and efficiently build and maintain applications. Both SignalFx and PagerDuty support lightweight, open standards-based instrumentation to simplify the process and improve customer experience.

    As a leading ITOM platform, SignalFx is becoming a critical tool for monitoring applications. The SignalFx provisioning connector integrates with PingOne and PingFederate to provide a streamlined user management experience for organizations. With these two integrations, users can easily set up a new service or add an existing one. The next step is to select an integration between the two products. Using the integration of SignalFx and PagerDuty, you'll be able to see the metrics that your service is analyzing in real-time.


    The SignalFx platform has been built on top of the Splunk Data-to-Everything Platform, and is an ideal addition to Splunk's monitoring portfolio. The new software platform offers a unified, integrated approach to observing applications. The SignalFx Platform provides a comprehensive view of application performance and can be used to measure the performance of applications. In the end, it is the ideal ITOM platform for enterprises of all sizes.

    The integration between SignalFx and PingOne will simplify user management. Both platforms have been designed to deliver a seamless experience for both administrators and users. In order to integrate the two, simply choose a SignalFx account and select the PingFederate Identity plugin. Once you've created an account with both services, you can choose to add an Integration with Ping. Afterwards, you can begin using SignalFx's unique features.

    The SignalFx integration with PingOne and PingFederate is essential for any organization that is interested in using a SaaS solution. The integration between SignalFx and PingOne makes the user management of these applications a breeze. The seamless integration between these products eliminates manual processes and profile synchronization challenges. Aside from that, SignalFx and PingOne also integrate with each other to provide the benefits of each other.

    SignalFx integrates with PingOne and PingFederate. In addition to providing a unified experience for user management, SignalFx provides easy provisioning. The integration between the two products allows administrators to manage their users in a streamlined, automated way. In addition, they both support SCIM. This means that they can work hand in hand. The integration is a great fit for organizations that are serious about security.

    As a result of the integration, PingOne and SignalFx will be able to manage their users without any manual intervention. By using SignalFx as a SaaS, PingOne and PingFederate can manage their customers' identity and access management. Combined, they can provide the most efficient and secure identity and access management solutions for businesses. In addition, both products will allow for centralized administration of user profiles and provide the ability to handle multiple security types.

    With this integration, Splunk can manage all of the different aspects of identity management. They are able to integrate SignalFx with PingOne and PingFederate, a secure user-management solution. They will also be able to provide a comprehensive list of security and compliance-related metrics. A single integration will provide a comprehensive solution for managing user identity and access-management. The integration is an easy process that will be simple for PagerDuty users.

    Despite its name, SignalFx and Splunk share similar capabilities. Both solutions are used by many large companies and are able to monitor different types of devices. In addition to this, they can also be used for security and network monitoring. With the help of this product, users can configure different kinds of rules for different purposes. For example, SignalFx can alert administrators of sensitive systems when they encounter an attack. These tools are able to detect and resolve various security incidents, so the company can ensure compliance and security.