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The 10 Hottest Tech Startups Of 2020 (So Far)

From cloud to big data to security, here are CRN's picks for the top tech startups that solution providers should know about right now.

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CEO: Geeta Schmidt

With log analysis a growing sector of the infrastructure management landscape, Humio is standing out with a unique platform for rapidly ingesting and analyzing log data. In March, the London-based startup--which has U.S. offices in San Francisco and Seattle--raised a $20 million Series B round led by Dell Technologies Capital and featuring participation from Accel.

Expanding the collection and analysis of both machine and business data has traditionally been an expensive affair—often challenging CIOs and business leaders to justify the costs. Humio, founded in 2016, looks to drive down those costs with a platform that increases efficiency across four crucial parameters: compute power, storage, operations and licensing.

The Humio platform, either installed on-premises or delivered as Software-as-a-Service, achieves gains in efficiency that reduce the need for servers, storage capacity, and operational complexity, according to the company. The startup also recently released an Unlimited Ingest for the Cloud plan that caps rates after customers surpass a certain threshold of usage.

Part of the reason Humio can deliver cost-effective, all-encompassing log management is an underlying architecture that doesn’t index logs--but allows them to be consumed as unstructured data, the company has said. That architecture rapidly speeds ingestion and compression, according to Humio.

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