Single-tenant deployment provides for complete risk isolation. It is easy to manage, scalable and fast. New data environments are deployed and operational in minutes. Our services help you understand your data and design your schema. Events are captured at any speed. Large datasets are loaded easily in hours. Queries are executed in seconds.
Scalable, fast, safe storage for the capture of event-like data with a high degree of confidence. Archived data is used to build Data Lakes and Data Stores.
Efficient, organized storage includes schema management, declarative data transformation, transformation via user software and key/value data retrieval. Data Lakes can be built from our Archive or your own data.
Indexed search-based storage used for retrieval of arbitrary data via query, aggregation and custom metrics. Data Stores support near real-time indexing and very fast query performance.
Fast storage with high update concurrency appropriate for data modified in flight and shared application-layer data.
Data Processing servers provide all input and output to the environment. You will need more servers in write-heavy and read-heavy use cases. These servers are elastically scalable to handle increased traffic. One Data Processing server supports:
2200-2500 docs/second written (depending on request size)
1-2 concurrent queries/exports
Data Stores are deployed in clusters that are sharded to index larger datasets and replicated for redundancy and query throughput. For most analytics use cases 1-2 replicas are sufficient (test/stage vs production use cases). Boost data stores are typically only deployed during the initial creation of an index for batch indexing performance. Standard data stores provide this performance. Boost data stores provide approximately 5x indexing performance.
1 shard supports 450 GB of indexed data and 4500 documents written/second
1 replica supports 2-4 concurrent queries
Session Stores are also deployed in clusters. Generally 2 replicas is recommended.
1 shard supports 450,000 concurrent documents and 45,000 updates/second