Devo vs. Splunk: Architecture, Features & Pricing
Architecture: Devo vs. Splunk Competitor Comparison
Splunk’s architecture has more moving parts than Devo’s, leading to a lack of real-time search and alerts, slower search performance, and inefficient storage that results in a lack of hot historical data. Unlike Devo, Splunk requires data to be indexed upon ingest. This leads to potential delays to queries, and can cause up to a 15 minute lag time between data ingest and searchability. The Devo architecture offers real-time search and alerts, scalability, search performance, and 400 days of always-hot, searchable data for historical investigations.
Features: Devo vs. Splunk Competitor Comparison
Splunk takes a modular approach to functionality. If you want the ability to perform infrastructure monitoring, you have to pay extra for the Splunk ITSI (IT Service Intelligence) premium app. Devo, on the other hand, is not a modular product. This allows our customers to be able to access full functionality right out of the box.
Cost: Devo vs. Splunk Competitor Comparison
As stated previously, Splunk is a modular product, therefore charging customers for almost every single feature. This makes Splunk not cost effective and an unattractive option for potential buyers. Splunk’s numerous additional charges for features such as encrypting data at rest can rapidly inflate the total cost and make it the most expensive solution on the market. Devo delivers all of the functionality provided by Splunk, but with a more efficient architecture and always-hot data access, due to its unique architecture. The Devo pricing model also makes it easy to predict and budget. The Devo UI clearly shows how much data you are ingesting per day, and it is easy to spot growth trends that enable you to predict month-to-month ingest rates.