Red Hat announced a series of updates in its portfolio of developer tools and programs aimed at delivering greater productivity, security and scale for developers building applications on Red Hat OpenShift.
CERTIFY.me, an innovator in the access control and authentication technology industry, and Splunk are announcing a new offering: SnapXT powered by Splunk.
This product combines CERTIFY.me's physical access control and thermal imaging system, the SnapXT, and their Snap Portal cloud service with Splunk's Data-to-Everything platform. With this addition, organizations can track the data the SnapXT devices accumulate over time to extract actionable business and health insights.
The SnapXT device is a touchless access control endpoint that supports thermal imaging, with thousands deployed globally at 800+ organizations across 21+ industries. Some key features include integrations with access management systems, QR code ingestion, facial recognition, anonymous or identified scanning options, temperature reading, and mask detection.
The Snap Portal, the Microsoft Azure-hosted accompanying platform, is now powered by Splunk. This integration provides organizations with the choice to either leverage pre-built templates or create a bespoke version of the Splunk dashboard. These dashboards can track a range of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) including clock-in/attendance tracking, traffic patterns, temperatures, various symptom and contact-tracing questionnaire responses, and more.
Regarding the collaboration, CERTIFY President Nikolaus Ziegler commented, "This partnership is an exciting opportunity for new and existing SnapXT customers to leverage the data the devices collect to optimize organizational outcomes."
This joint offering enables organizations to back their access management and COVID-19 risk mitigation strategies with real-time data.