Summary:

Two top VCs talk about the big data analytics opportunity and Lew Cirne talks about doing more with the data New Relic already collects.

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This week’s show comes direct from London from Structure: Europe day one where we learned about the “data obesity” problem from VCs Michael Abbott and Jonathan Heiliger and tried to shake loose some details of New Relic’s next product from founder Lew Cirne.

There’s something like 2.8 zettabytes of data in the world, only 1 percent of which is analyzed, noted Abbott, general partner with Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. The upside of this data flood is that with smarter tools and folks trained to ask the right questions, is huge opportunities, said North Bridge Venture Partners’ Jonathan Heiliger.

As for what’s next from New Relic? Well, you’ll just have to listen to the podcast.

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