When you're dealing with massive amounts of data, it makes sense to process it where it is stored. A forthcoming update from Cohesity will make it possible to process secondary data in situ.
Big data analytics company Splunk has announced that it would no longer sell its software and services to organisations in Russia.
Splunk’s president of Worldwide Field Operations runs 68% of the company and has a distinguished career across the NSA, Sun and Salesforce. Oh, and incidentally, she’s a woman.
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