Today at Splunk's annual conference, a number of updates and new products were announced.
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 aggregator and search platform, Splunk, has unveiled a score of new features and products, collectively labelled Splunk>next, representing major technological changes and a raft of innovation and new ways of working.
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