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Greenplum, Kaggle play big data matchmakers

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Sometimes it’s hard for data scientists and big data sets to find each other. That’s the problem that EMC’s Greenplum division and Kaggle  are taking on with a new partnership. Kaggle is a predictive modeling platform that sponsors competitions in which data scientists compete to solve big data problems. Under the...
Greenplum, Kaggle play big data matchmakers

Groupon hires ex-Amazon GM to lead Seattle office

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Groupon is the latest tech giant to plant a flag in Seattle, opening an office in Seattle’s International District with room for 20 to 30 employees. The arrival of Groupon follows engineering offices from companies such as Hulu, Splunk, eBay, Facebook, Zynga and others, a trend we’ve talked about in...
Groupon hires ex-Amazon GM to lead Seattle office

Internet video broadcaster iStreamPlanet sets up engineering office in Redmond

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iStreamPlanet, a Las Vegas company bankrolled by Intel Capital, Interxion and Turner Broadcasting, has established a new engineering center in Redmond with plans to grow to 15 staffers by the end of the year. It marks the third office for the provider of live video streaming services for concerts, sporting...
Internet video broadcaster iStreamPlanet sets up engineering office in Redmond
New Boundary App For Splunk Predicts Root Cause Of App Brownouts

Splunk's 10-Year Road to a Successful IPO

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The tech IPO is back in fashion, with the likes of Facebook, LinkedIn and GroupOn dominating the headlines over the past year. One of the lesser known technology brands to have gone public is Splunk, a company hyped by its CEO Godfrey Sullivan as "the Google of Big Data." Splunk...
Splunk's 10-Year Road to a Successful IPO

Big data player Splunk makes strong IPO debut: What you need to know

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Here’s the rundown on Splunk, a company that’s likely to lead a big data IPO parade going forward....
Big data player Splunk makes strong IPO debut: What you need to know

Startup Awards: Vote for Seattle’s Do-Gooder of the Year

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Today’s featured category in the Seattle 2.0 Startup Awards shines a light on some of the people who work selflessly behind the scenes to make the community stronger. This is one of more than a dozen categories in the Seattle 2.0 Startup Awards, presented by GeekWire. We’ll be featuring one...
Startup Awards: Vote for Seattle’s Do-Gooder of the Year

Sponsored post: Using Splunk for machine-generated big data

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When is big data useful? How can we find relevant big data? Certainly not by having to ask someone else to answer questions but by allowing as many people as possible to explore it for themselves. The problem with most discussions of big data is that the emphasis is on...
Sponsored post: Using Splunk for machine-generated big data

Explainer: What Happens In The 15 Minutes Before Facebook Shares Start Trading

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Facebook shares are supposed to go live on the NASDAQ market in about 20 minutes. But what happens in the next crucial 15? We caught up with NASDAQ’s Bruce Aust, who is the executive vice president and head of the global corporate client group there. After several years of carefully...
Explainer: What Happens In The 15 Minutes Before Facebook Shares Start Trading

Startup Chronon looks to replace logging and record apps instead

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Look out, Splunk. Chronon, a startup that just picked up $30,000 in seed funding through the second class of the Alchemist Accelerator, wants to take a different approach to keeping and reviewing log files — it wants to ditch them in favor of something that takes much less time to deploy,...
Startup Chronon looks to replace logging and record apps instead

Splunk CEO Godfrey Sullivan likes to horse around

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With Splunk, Godfrey Sullivan pulled off one of 2012's strongest IPOs. But it's his hobbies and no-drama management that have made his reputation. FORTUNE -- Godfrey Sullivan has an odd idea of fun. For the past two decades the 59-year-old chairman and CEO of data analytics firm Splunk has competed...
Splunk CEO Godfrey Sullivan likes to horse around

Accel Partners beefs up big data investment team

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Venture capital firm Accel Partners is looking to ramp up its investments in the big data and cloud computing spaces with the addition of a new principal and a new entrpreneur in residence. New principal Jake Flomenberg comes from Splunk, where he was director of product management, and was previously...
Accel Partners beefs up big data investment team

Splunk Search Extended to Microsoft Active Directory

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Through a new plug-in, Splunk has extended the capabilities of its namesake machine data search engine so it can mine operational information about Microsoft......
Splunk Search Extended to Microsoft Active Directory

Sponsor post: Using Splunk for big data

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When is big data useful? How can we find relevant big data? Certainly not by having to ask someone else to answer questions but by allowing as many people as possible to explore it for themselves. The problem with most discussions of big data is that the emphasis is on...
Sponsor post: Using Splunk for big data

It's 'Shocking' That Startups Are Ignoring A $500 Billion Market

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Venture capitalist Jim Goetz says he's floored that so few entrepreneurs are focusing on building products for businesses, given how successful those startups have been. "It's shocking we don't see more engineers and entrepreneurs interested in enterprise," the Sequoia Capital partner said earlier this week at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference...
It's 'Shocking' That Startups Are Ignoring A $500 Billion Market

The Most Sought-After Silicon Valley Startups for Engineers

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On LinkedIn's blog today is a post about the top 10 most sought-after engineering startups in Silicon Valley. And no, Facebook and Google didn't make the cut because this was a list of companies with fewer than 500 employees. (Pinterest was number 6.) To compile the list, the company...
The Most Sought-After Silicon Valley Startups for Engineers

Skyhigh Networks Raises $20M For Service That Discovers, Analyzes And Controls Apps Employees Use

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Skyhigh Networks discovers,manages and analyzes data from all the apps that people use at work. Today the company raised $20 million in a Series B round led by Sequoia Capital with participation from existing investor Greylock Partners. Skyhigh discovers, analyzes and controls the cloud services that a customer’s employee uses....
Skyhigh Networks Raises $20M For Service That Discovers, Analyzes And Controls Apps Employees Use

MTN Satellite opens Seattle office, plans to double staff

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Bob Wise MTN Satellite Communications, a provider of wireless communications technologies to the maritime industry, has officially opened its Seattle operation under the direction of technology veteran Robert Wise. We reported on Wise’s appointment as chief innovation officer at MTN in April, at the time noting that the Ignition-backed company...
MTN Satellite opens Seattle office, plans to double staff

Chartio Improves The Way You Visualize Your Data

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Y Combinator startup Chartio has come out of quiet mode with its web-based service for connecting databases to create charts and graphs without ever needing to upload data. Chartio competes in the business-intelligence market and supports MySQL, PostgresSQL, Amazon Web Services, Amazon Relational Database Services, Rackspace Cloud, Heroku, Google Analytics...
Chartio Improves The Way You Visualize Your Data

Former Microsoft CFO John Connors joins board of INRIX

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John Connors INRIX continues to add horsepower to its board, as the Kirkland provider of traffic data preps for an initial public offering. The latest addition is John Connors, a venture capitalist at Bellevue-based Ignition Partners who previously served as CFO of Microsoft. That’s a big-name election for INRIX, which...
Former Microsoft CFO John Connors joins board of INRIX

Sponsored post: Big data drives high performance for Cars.com

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Cars.com is an award-winning online destination for car shoppers visited by approximately 12 million unique visitors each month. In addition to millions of listings, the website also offers a variety of comparison resources, pricing tools, expert automotive content and dealership reviews. To support its high volume of site traffic, Cars.com...
Sponsored post: Big data drives high performance for Cars.com

Sponsored post: Big data drives high performance for Cars.com

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Cars.com is an award-winning online destination for car shoppers visited by approximately 12 million unique visitors each month. In addition to millions of listings, the website also offers a variety of comparison resources, pricing tools, expert automotive content and dealership reviews. To support its high volume of site traffic, Cars.com...
Sponsored post: Big data drives high performance for Cars.com

Sumo Logic raises $30M for log analysis as a service

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Sumo Logic, a Mountain View, Calif.-based log management startup, has secured a $30 million Series C funding round from Accel Partners along with existing investors Greylock Partners and Sutter Hill Ventures. The company, which competes primarily with Wall Street darling Splunk, has now raised $50.5 million since its creation in...
Sumo Logic raises $30M for log analysis as a service

Today in Tech: Google CEO backs asteroid mining venture

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Fortune’s curated selection of tech stories from the weekend. Sign up to get the round-up delivered to you each and every day. * What happens when tech companies like Google (GOOG) get defensive on privacy issues? Not only do they rub other companies and consumers the wrong way, they serve as reminders of the industry’s...
Today in Tech: Google CEO backs asteroid mining venture
An Investor Who Backed eBay Says Now Is A Great Time To Do Consumer Internet Startups

Precog publicly launches, promises to be the Twilio of 'big data' analytics

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For businesses, building ‘big data’ capabilities is far easier said than done. Precog wants to change that by making it easier for companies to ask questions about their data. The startup has launched its product to the public today. With all the buzz around ‘big data’, it’s easy to forget that there...
Precog publicly launches, promises to be the Twilio of 'big data' analytics

Tableau Software To Open Trading On The NYSE At $31 Per Share With Market Symbol "DATA"

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Data visualization software company Tableau Software, going by the symbol “DATA,” will start trading tomorrow on the New York Stock Exchange at $31 per share, up from earlier today when the company said it would trade in the $28 to $30 range. Tableau will offer 8.2 million shares of its...
Tableau Software To Open Trading On The NYSE At $31 Per Share With Market Symbol "DATA"

Splunk search extended to Microsoft Active Directory

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Through a new plug-in, Splunk has extended the capabilities of its namesake machine data search engine so it can mine operational information about Microsoft Active Directory deployments....
Splunk search extended to Microsoft Active Directory

Google launches Dropbox competitor

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If Google's new service sounds a lot like what's already available from companies like Dropbox, that's because it is nearly identical. FORTUNE -- After months of speculation, Google (GOOG) has finally unveiled its very own file sharing service, Google Drive. In a blog post Tuesday morning, the search company called...
Google launches Dropbox competitor

Splunk makes a splash

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The data analytics firm may not be as sexy as a LinkedIn or a Facebook, but that doesn’t mean Wall Street doesn’t love its IPO. FORTUNE — It’s no Facebook, LinkedIn (LNKD) or Zynga (ZNGA), but data analytics company Splunk (SPLK) is making a big splash on Wall Street. The...
Splunk makes a splash
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