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This bio was provided during this employee's time at ExtraHop and does not reflect any current positions or experience.
Ryan Kosai is a Senior Engineer at ExtraHop Networks. Ryan's focus at ExtraHop is data analytics and machine learning.
One trillion of anything is a tremendous number. How do you preserve the meaningful insights in your data, while making it manageable to access and query?