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Splunk and Sumo Logic both compete for a similar target market within the log management and analytics space. On the surface, their offerings primarily differ in deployment model—Splunk offers an on-premises solution while Sumo Logic’s product is cloud-based. Yet, each solution brings its own value propositions and considerations, and each impacts customers differently. The following is a detailed comparison between Splunk and Sumo Logic
Puppet, Chef, Ansible and SaltStack present different paths to achieve a common goal of managing large-scale server infrastructure efficiently, with minimal input from developers and sysadmins. All four configuration management tools are designed to reduce the complexity of configuring distributed infrastructure resources, enabling speed, and ensuring reliability and compliance. This article explores the mechanism, value propositions and concerns pertaining to each configuration management solution.