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What are Splunk Validated Architectures and where can I find them?

Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

I have heard about Splunk Validated Architectures (SVA), but I don't really know what they are and where I can find them.

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Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Splunk Validated Architectures (SVAs) are proven reference architectures for stable, efficient and repeatable Splunk deployments.

Many of Splunk's existing customers have experienced rapid adoption and expansion, leading to certain challenges as they attempt to scale. At the same time, new Splunk customers are increasingly looking for guidelines and certified architectures to ensure that their initial deployment is built on a solid foundation. SVAs have been developed to help our customers with these growing needs.

Whether you are a new or existing Splunk customer, SVAs will help you build an environment that is easier to maintain and simpler to troubleshoot. SVAs are designed to provide you with the best possible results while minimizing your total cost of ownership.

Additionally, your entire Splunk foundation will be based on a repeatable architecture which will allow you to scale your deployment as your needs evolve over time. 
SVAs offer topology options that consider a wide array of organizational requirements, so you can rest assured that you will find a topology that is right for you.

The Splunk Validated Architectures selection process will help you match your specific requirements to the topology that best meets your organization's needs. If you are new to Splunk, we recommend implementing a Validated Architecture for your initial deployment. If you are an existing customer, we recommend that you explore the option of aligning with a Validated Architecture topology. Unless you have unique requirements that make it necessary to build a custom architecture, it is very likely that a Validated Architecture will fulfill your requirements while remaining cost effective.

You can find SVAs here.

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Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Splunk Validated Architectures (SVAs) are proven reference architectures for stable, efficient and repeatable Splunk deployments.

Many of Splunk's existing customers have experienced rapid adoption and expansion, leading to certain challenges as they attempt to scale. At the same time, new Splunk customers are increasingly looking for guidelines and certified architectures to ensure that their initial deployment is built on a solid foundation. SVAs have been developed to help our customers with these growing needs.

Whether you are a new or existing Splunk customer, SVAs will help you build an environment that is easier to maintain and simpler to troubleshoot. SVAs are designed to provide you with the best possible results while minimizing your total cost of ownership.

Additionally, your entire Splunk foundation will be based on a repeatable architecture which will allow you to scale your deployment as your needs evolve over time. 
SVAs offer topology options that consider a wide array of organizational requirements, so you can rest assured that you will find a topology that is right for you.

The Splunk Validated Architectures selection process will help you match your specific requirements to the topology that best meets your organization's needs. If you are new to Splunk, we recommend implementing a Validated Architecture for your initial deployment. If you are an existing customer, we recommend that you explore the option of aligning with a Validated Architecture topology. Unless you have unique requirements that make it necessary to build a custom architecture, it is very likely that a Validated Architecture will fulfill your requirements while remaining cost effective.

You can find SVAs here.

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