Splunk, which specializes in collecting and indexing massive volumes of machine-generated data, and open source data integration and data visualization specialist Pentaho are joining forces in an effort to unlock the power of machine-generated data—and data from other sources—for business users.
Splunk's engine collects, indexes and analyzes massive volumes of machine-generated data, whether real-time or historical. Traditional uses for Splunk in the enterprise include improving service and uptime, reducing costs and monitoring cybersecurity.
Pentaho, meanwhile, focuses on the data analytics process, from data integration to interactive data visualization to exploration and predictive analytics. It natively supports Apache Hadoop, Cloudera, MongoDB and high-performance analytic databases like Greenplum and Vertica, as well as other big data sources.
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