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The modern Splunk environment is mission-critical but is also increasingly complex and costly. One element of that complexity is the observability pipeline for logs and metrics. A well-designed observability pipeline lets architects parse, restructure, and enrich data before it enters the Splunk instance – with the potential to impact economics, manageability, performance, and resiliency.

In this webinar, the audience will learn how to combine Cribl’s Stream product with MinIO’s S3-compatible object storage to create a peta-scale private cloud solution that fundamentally alters the price/performance equation for this important part of the Splunk stack.

During the webinar, Ugur Tigli, CTO of MinIO, and Kamilo Amir from Cribl will break down the problem and present the solutions:

Logging Systems are at Capacity

  • Increased licenses expenses
  • Ballooning costs for infrastructure
  • Inadequate data retention

Organizations Need to Retain More Data

  • High volume sources get dropped without processing
  • Security and compliance demand years of retention
  • Separate infrastructure drives analysis and retention

Cribl Stream and MinIO Solution

  • Reduce and shape your data to what you care about – saving on retention costs.
    Send all full fidelity events to cost-effective, S3-compatible object storage.
  • Reduce the complexity of your logging solution by synthesizing event collection from multiple agents and platforms into a single, manageable pipeline.
  • By adopting software-defined, object storage and RESTful APIs (including S3) alongside stateless worker nodes MinIO and Crib provide a framework to seamlessly scale from PBs to EBs.

Watch the Webinar

Optimizing the Observability Pipeline Through the Private Cloud