Panorama Logging in AWS - Different Volume Types

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Panorama Logging in AWS - Different Volume Types

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According to the support documentation on implementing Panorama in AWS and attaching a virtual disk, the instructions indicate that we should use the GP2 volume type for general purposes. Here 

 

We're wanting to evaluate whether Panorama Logging supports using GP3 instance types instead of GP2 so we can save cost on our storage volume. From what I can tell, the considerations are IOPs and Throughput. Can someone help point me in the right direction of evaluating what our requirements concerning these factors are? Is there an IOPs / throughput calculator or formula already made? Also, is using the GP3 volume type even supported? If not, then this endeavor is moot to begin with.

Migrate your Amazon EBS volumes from gp2 to gp3 and save up to 20% on costs | AWS Storage Blog

 

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