A Cloud Native Collector is a Docker container that can be installed on any cloud VM. It provides log aggregation and configuration management, and can be configured to forward logs to vRealize Log Insight Cloud. While configuring a Cloud Native Collector, you must stay at or below the supported maximums for HTTP and syslog requests.

Note: The default configuration for Cloud Native Collector is 1 vCPU and 1 GB RAM. For a higher throughput, you can contact customer support to modify the resource limits.

If your Cloud Native Collector is running on an AWS or Azure VM instance, the following resource limits are applicable.

Cloud Native Collector Configuration Non-SSL Values SSL Values
Maximums for HTTP Requests Maximums for Syslog TCP Requests Maximums for HTTP Requests Maximums for Syslog TCP Requests
1 CPU; 1 GB memory

7000 requests per second

or 26 MBps

38,500 requests per second

or 15 MBps

3500 messages per second

or 9 MBps

20,000 messages per second

or 8 MBps

2 CPUs; 4 GB memory

12,000 requests per second

or 50 MBps

62,000 requests per second

or 23 MBps

10,000 messages per second

or 40 MBps

35,000 messages per second

or 14 MBps

4 CPUs; 8 GB memory

22,000 requests per second

or 90 MBps

118,000 requests per second

or 47 MBps

19,000 messages per second

or 82 MBps

75,000 messages per second

or 32 MBps

8 CPUs; 16 GB memory

36,500 requests per second

or 145 MBps

200,000 requests per second

or 85 MBps

310,000 messages per second

or 126 MBps

137,000 messages per second

or 60 MBps

Note: These resource limits are certified on the following AWS and Azure VM instance types.
Instance Property Value for AWS Instance Value for Azure Instance
Instance type m5.4xlarge Standard_D16_v3
Network bandwidth Up to 10 GBps 8 GBps
vCPUs 16 16
Memory 64 GiB 64 GiB