Splunk Enterprise Security

Splunk Indexer IOPS

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Hello All

Im currently trying to size up a indexer and have been told that what is needed is 1200 IOPS per disk .

Being 1200 IOPS per disk means that we need to go all SSD , which of course blows the budget out .

From what i can see its 1200 IOPS for the disk subsystem , which to me means the underlying groups of disks .

A official reply from Splunk would be great and of course i welcome the forum experts who dedicate there time to answer

Thanks in advance

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