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03.02.2016 - Splunk helps Vertu replica perfect its luxury phones

Vertu replica, a British manufacturer and retailer of handmade luxury mobile phones, uses the highest quality materials in its design, as well as platforms such as Splunk to help test the reliability of its software. Rob Charlton, cloud DevOps architect for Vertu Corp. Ltd., told John Furrier, cohost of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, during Splunk.conf 2015 that Vertu uses DevOp tools to deploy Splunk; specifically, Ansible for DevOps to deploy a Splunk cluster. Charlton explained that prior to adopting Splunk, his small team used gut instinct and experience to decide if Vertus software was ready to launch. In 2013, we started employing Splunk Enterprise to come up with a metric so we could do data-led decision making, he said. Splunk alerts scan data that comes through the [test] handsets. A single craftsman assembles and signs each Vertu phone. The base is made from Grade 5 titanium, and the display is made from sapphire crystal  only a diamond can scratch it. The back is protected by hand-stitched leather. The Android phones come with a range of exclusive services, such as Vertus 24/7 lifestyle manager, which offers assistance, recommendations and priority bookings.


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