US data vendor Splunk suddenly withdraws from Russian market

Nima Green
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Big data analytics firm Splunk says it will no longer sell direct or through the channel in Russia

US-based monitoring and analytics vendor Splunk has announced that it is immediately pulling out of Russia, at a time when the country is being accused of a growing number of cyberattacks on the West. In a blog post titled "Shifting Priorities in Our Global Strategy", Splunk said that its decision will affect all direct and channel sales, as well as sales through all its subsidiaries, without exception. San Francisco-based Splunk specialises in monitoring and analysing big data for ente...

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