Overcoming C2S Obstacles

Splunk wanted to deploy their SaaS into C2S.  They had previously tested their product using a different emulator product.  The test failed and Splunk was told their software solution would not work in C2S.  This obviously was not something Splunk wanted to hear.

Through a referral from AWS and Carahsoft, Splunk acquired a monthly Combine license and within a month, they were able to deploy their SaaS into C2S without an issue.

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