Data stored in applications (like Ethereum nodes) is not optimized for analytics, this would also cause resource contention on your node. This is why getting data into a data platform like Splunk is the first step towards blockchain observability. Also, making sure that a node is running and synchronizing properly is hard! In order to get more nodes on the network and to further drive decentralization, it is imperative that we make debugging security, stability and scalability issues on Ethereum nodes easier.

Introducing Splunk Connect for Ethereum. Now you can get data in easily from Ethereum compatible nodes.

Whether you’re indexing mainnet with a block every 13 seconds or working on a permissioned Quorum deployment (check out Splunk App for Quorum) network with much higher transaction volume, you can be assured that you’ll be getting maximum data with minimum overhead.