Centralized logging for multiple servers
gabe at vtunnel.com
Sat Apr 18 04:07:01 MSD 2009
I was able to use the wayback machine to find the most recent pricing
for splunk. It seems that 1gb / day license costs $10k and 10gb / day
of log volume is going to set you back $30k. Above that and you have
to ask them for pricing. That's really not going to work seeing as how
I'm doing more like 100gb / day. Their current website doesn't have
any prices at all and just asks that you contact their sales
I do like what their website talks about how their product works, it
seems to be pretty much what I need / am looking for. I might be
willing to pay $10k for a license that does 200gb / day, but $30k for
one that does 10gb, that's not going to work for me.
On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 10:36 AM, Gabriel Ramuglia <gabe at vtunnel.com> wrote:
> It sounds cool from a theoretical perspective. I read a book, scalable
> internet architectures, which champions the cause of spread for all
> kinds of uses. Getting the thing working, however, is not worth the
> effort. And trying to pump a lot of raw log files through it in real
> time, yeah, don't bother giving yourself that headache.
> On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 8:43 AM, Michael Shadle <mike503 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 3:32 AM, Gabriel Ramuglia <gabe at vtunnel.com> wrote:
>>> I've used spread for centralized logging before, it's a horrible
>>> clusterF. If you want details as to why, let me know.
>> no thanks. i have no experience with it and i don't really need
>> something like it right now (hopefully i'd use gearman, as i talk with
>> the main guy behind it a lot now) - it's not a 1:1 concept-wise, but
>> you can probably get gearman to do what you'd want spread to do.
>> i'll take your word for it since i've never bothered. it just looked cool :)
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