- Big data company Splunk has encountered issues with its cloud transition, CEO Doug Merritt told Insider.
- After the initial setup on the Amazon cloud, it now works with Google and soon also with Microsoft.
- The growth strategy depends on plans to do more government business and attract older companies.
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Born in 2003 before the rise of cloud computing as a data analytics company in the private data center world, Splunk was one of the first to recognize the importance and opportunities of big data.
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