I have a few questions about archiving in Splunk cloud. Specifically DDAA which needs to be purchased.
1. How long can data be archived?
I believe DDAA has a maximum of ten years?
2. How much data can be restored at a time?
I believe it's something like a maximum of two days worth at a time, and restored data will remain available for 30 days?
3. Is it possible to offboard from DDAA?
If we log a support ticket to have the data moved to an S3 bucket for example?
Some answers here - https://www.splunk.com/en_us/blog/platform/dynamic-data-data-retention-options-in-splunk-cloud.html
"When you restore data using DDAA, a copy is available in your Splunk Cloud instance for 30 days, after which it is deleted automatically. "
Question remains though, am I capped with how much I can restore at a time? I'm assuming if I have 10 years of archived data, I can't just restore the whole 10 years worth.
Did you manage to find out if you could move data from DDAA to a self-storage location in AWS, GCP etc.?