Carb Day 2016 on Friday, May 27th was a great success this year. We certainly celebrated the art of making machine data sing. We would like to say thank you to our customers and partners; we appreciate you making the day memorable. Above, check out our Carb Day 2016 Thank You video. It’s about a 2 minute recap showing highlights, such as: the police escort to the track, the smiling faces in the IndyCar pits, and the Q&A session with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports team driver, Oriol Servia.
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2016 was the 100th running of “The Greatest Spectacle In Racing,” the Indianapolis 500. People might picture black asphalt, grimy pit crews, and loud masses of people when they think of the Indy 500. However, to certain fanatics, Indy Car is an elegant blend of speed and design. Indy Car is an art form.
At Carb Day 2016, Kinney Group took the opportunity to celebrate our own art form: making machine data sing. Where some people may see infrastructure racket and mundane logs, as fanatics of IT Operations Analytics (ITOA), we see vibrant opportunity for leaders of all disciplines to derive insane value by listening to their data.
It would not have ben possible without Splunk: a simple platform to make data accessible, usable, and valuable to everyone. Splunk has evolved to be an enabler of real-time ITOA for security, systems operations, and business intelligence. Splunk transforms infrastructure into a beautiful symphony that enables an organization’s transformation to the cloud.
We also march to the drum of the Five Years Out philosophy by Arrow, which guides that forward-thinking innovation creates a better tomorrow. Our IT Operations Analytics practice reshapes how organizations tear down silos, optimize internal resources, and lay the foundation for success into the future.