3 posts tagged with “scale”
Humio at Scale in Kubernetes
May 23, 2019
How Humio Does Scale-Out Clustering
June 11, 2018
In a Humio cluster, some nodes are arrival nodes (they actually receive the data from the real world), and you can specify which nodes should deal with ingest processing, and which nodes to use for search. The nodes responsible for search also store the underlying segment files. In the default setup all nodes are equal — they all play the roles of arrival, ingest and search nodes, so the load gets evenly distributed across your nodes, which is a good starting point.
Humio — Logging for Systems That You Care About
August 22, 2017
When I was studying Computer Science in the nineties, I had a desktop workstation and I could feel its hum — the sound of the spinning disks, the interference between the network and sound cards. If something odd happened — I could often sense something was wrong because of that hum. It is the same feeling when you are on a large ship, and you sense that something is not “normal” when the vibration of the engine humming away stops suddenly.