Face the Unexpected with the Stability and Resiliency of Splunk Cloud Platform
Splunk Cloud Platform has an “always on," high availability commitment and is built to scale to your data analytics needs, ranging from GBs to PBs and beyond. Designed to facilitate sudden bursts in data volume, our platform allows you to incrementally upgrade capacity while retaining security by design.
Reminder: Splunk Cloud Platform will default to Python 3 soon
In case you haven’t heard, Splunk Cloud Platform will be defaulting to Python 3 soon. To ensure you are prepared, review your personalized service bulletin email from last year titled “ACTION REQUIRED - Python 2 Removal from Splunk Cloud”, read our detailed documentation on migration, or use the in-product Upgrade Readiness App to ensure you are prepared. Please note that Splunk Cloud Platform did not default to Python 3 in 2021 as originally announced, and this change was delayed to 2022.
Your Go-To Workload Cheat Sheet
Lantern is your repository of documentation, tutorials, training, and more to help you best navigate your experience using Splunk and get all of your questions answered. Our new Workload Pricing page gives you an introduction to Workload Pricing with SVCs (Splunk Virtual Compute), tips for efficient SVC utilization, and instruction on how to estimate your workloads.
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