DataSet is built on the technology from SentinelOne's acquisition of Scalyr.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

February 16, 2022

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SentinelOne partners now have access to DataSet, the company’s new data analysis solution.

The company built DataSet on the technology from its acquisition of Scalyr. SentinelOne acquired the cloud-native, cloud-scale data analytics platform last year for $155 million.

DataSet delivers an enterprise data platform for live data queries, analytics, insights and retention.

Ken Marks is SentinelOne‘s vice president of worldwide channels.


SentinelOne’s Ken Marks

“DataSet is disrupting the massive data analytics market,” he said. “And it opens up opportunities for our partners to address new use cases of live data beyond cybersecurity. DataSet drives collaboration between DevOps, IT, engineering and security teams by having all the data from all sources and time periods in one unified data platform.”

New Opportunities for SentinelOne Partners

With DataSet, SentinelOne partners will create solutions for log management, performance monitoring, long-term data retention for compliance and audit, data lake, and security information and event management (SIEM) optimization use cases. Each of these capabilities are large data markets with significant demand for superior solutions, Marks said.

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“Since the [Scalyr] acquisition, we’ve been hard at work building the best team and product to begin this exciting new chapter of our growth,” he said. “DataSet is SentinelOne’s data platform analyzing trillions of events 24/7/365. We have made several improvements in the scalability, price performance and usability of the platform that we are now making available to all our customers.”

SentinelOne partners are excited to leverage a “transformative technology” for real-time analytics of all data across all time periods at scale, Marks said.

‘Unique’ Architecture

“Traditional data platforms were designed decades ago in the pre-cloud era and simply don’t work for modern environments,” Marks said. “They are slow, siloed, expensive to scale and complex to operate. DataSet eliminates schema requirements at ingest to make data available to query instantly. Our unique architecture utilizes modern cloud-native technologies and massively parallel processing to generate insights in milliseconds. Delivered as a cloud-native SaaS, DataSet delivers lower total cost of ownership (TCO) by orders of magnitude compared to legacy data solutions.”

With Scalyr, SentinelOne will continue to innovate and “push boundaries” on behalf of its customers and partners, he said.

“We are investing in DataSet, so our customers can easily understand their data and bring it to every decision and action for the best business outcomes,” Marks said.

Hundreds of customers use the DataSet platform for broader use cases other than security, he said.

“We are looking at expanding these capabilities and look forward to enhancements,” Marks said.

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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