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Anu Yamunan
Product Management, Exabeam

Anu Yamunan is currently in Product Management at Exabeam. She was previously a Sr Director of Product Management at MapR, responsible for solutions and services strategy and roadmap at MapR technologies. She was focused on driving solutions that enable our customers to get quick time to business value on Hadoop. Prior to that, she came from Imperva where she was responsible for product management for all of the data center security product portfolio. During her tenure at Imperva, the product was recognized as the sole leader in the Gartner Web Application Firewalls magic quadrant. Anu has over a decade of product management and engineering experience in storage and data protection at EMC Data Domain and HP.

Anu received a Masters in Computer Science from Arizona State University and a Masters in Business Administration from Santa Clara University.

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Posted on March 9, 2015 by Anu Yamunan

Today, we are announcing the availability of a course on HBase, the in-Hadoop NoSQL database. The course is titled “HBase Data Model and Architecture” and is catered to data analysts, data architects and application developers.

Posted on January 27, 2015 by Anu Yamunan

Today MapR announced the availability of free Hadoop On-Demand Training for developers, analysts and administrators. Hadoop On-Demand Training offers full-length courses on a range of Hadoop technologies for developers, data analysts and administrators. Designed in a format that meets your convenience, availability and flexibility needs, these courses will lead you on the path to becoming a certified Hadoop professional.

Posted on November 17, 2014 by Anu Yamunan

2013 was notoriously named as the “Year of the Mega Breach” with eight breaches exposing more than 10 million personal identities each. In Target’s data breach alone, hackers collected credit card details on about 40 million people who had shopped in person at the retail chain between Black Friday and December 15th. Despite significant investments in information security, data breaches continue to rise in 2014 and seem poised to significantly overtake the volume and cost of breaches in 2013. Home Depot’s data breach, disclosed in September 2014, resulted in hackers stealing 53 million...

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