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Splunk Extends Analysis To NoSQL Databases
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Splunk Is The Analytical Carbide Lamp
I went splunking (a.k.a. "caving") back in college. The idea of Splunk is to provide an analytical carbide lamp to illuminate that big, dark machine data formerly hidden deep underground. Easier dashboarding and embeddable visualizations are highlights here, but doing analysis across multiple big-data platforms -- Hadoop, Cassandra, MongoDB -- is going to appeal to any shop already using this tool.


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