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Accelerating Splunk Enterprise
Deliver a Real-Time, High-Speed Scalable Analytics Solution with Pavilion and Splunk Enterprise

Deliver a Real-Time, High-Speed Scalable Analytics Solution with Pavilion and Splunk Enterprise

Key Benefits

  • Increase search times up to 2x for faster analysis and real-time decision making
  • Leverage standard Ethernet networking for both servers and storage
  • Reduce indexer footprint, and associated power and cooling costs, up to 4x

Pavilion Overview

  • Fastest block storage for Splunk indexers hot and warm tiers
  • Latency of direct-attached SSDs
  • Up to 920 TB in 4U
  • Frictionless deployment
  • Data resiliency & high availability
  • Space-efficient instant snapshots and clones
  • Thin provisioning
  • Pay As You Grow scalability
  • Expand for capacity or performance, independently
  • Increase storage utilization up to 10X or more

Infrastructure Benefits

Operational Benefits

Splunk Solution Design Considerations Pavilion Data
Insufficient disk I/O is the most common limitation in Splunk infrastructure Pavilion delivers over 100 GB/s of bandwidth, and 20 Million IOPS from a compact, 4U Chassis, which can power even the largest Splunk deployments
Review the disk subsystem requirements before provisioning your hardware Pavilion's scalable platform allows you to focus on the needs on the compute infrastructure instead of storage
More disks (specifically, more spindles) are better for indexing performance Pavilion's low latency storage platform eliminates storage as the indexing bottleneck
Total throughput of the entire system is important. Pavilion delivers significant improvements in performance and improves decision times.
The ratio of disks to disk controllers in a particular system should be higher, similar to how your provision a database host Pavilion's performance and capacity allows for easy storage configuration.
Hot Bucket - Cannot Backup Take backup of any volume any time without performance overhead on indexing nodes by using the Pavilion Snapshot feature