Seven Questions for Splunk CEO Godfrey Sullivan

Written by on September 19, 2011 in Press & Events

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9/19/2011 – You can’t get very far in any discussion about enterprise technology these days without hearing about “big data.” That’s the notion that there is useful business intelligence to be gleaned from combing through the huge volume of data generated by day-to-day operations in order to learn patterns that tell you things you wish you had known a lot sooner. Measuring customer buying patterns, traffic flows on a highway system and supply chain data are all examples of big-data problems.

Usually the phrase refers to the kind of heavy-lifting computing that involves big databases and specialized software to sort it all out — usually sold by the likes of large, serious software or hardware companies like Oracle or IBM…

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