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Grafana Loki: Scalable and Flexible Logfile Management

2019-01-22T07:27:51+00:00

Loki is a logfile aggregator that collects log streams. It does so by storing log streams as well as labels attached to them. Loki works like Prometheus, but for logs. Each log stream is indexed and its occurrence is tracked via a timestamp.

Right now there are three popular platforms to build a scalable and flexibel logfile management solution on-premise: splunk, elastic stack and graylog. Most customers

Grafana Loki: Scalable and Flexible Logfile Management 2019-01-22T07:27:51+00:00

AWS ECS: Kickstart Containers into Production

2018-11-12T14:59:36+00:00

There are quite some ways to bring containers into production, e.g. Kubernetes, Openshift or Docker Swarm. This article will present another viable addition to this list: Elastic Container Service on AWS (AWS ECS) as solution to run containers at scale.

There are quite some ways to bring containers into production, e.g. Kubernetes, Openshift or Docker Swarm. This article will present another viable addition to this l

AWS ECS: Kickstart Containers into Production 2018-11-12T14:59:36+00:00

Terraform in an AWS Multi Account Environment

2018-06-19T08:42:55+00:00

Terraform is a great tool to spin up environments on AWS—or in other clouds. But when it comes to a multi account environment there might be a gap. This article offers different solutions to bypass this with some kind of Makefile magic.

Terraform is a great tool to spin up environments on AWS—or in other clouds. But when it comes to a multi account environment there might be a gap. This article offer

Terraform in an AWS Multi Account Environment 2018-06-19T08:42:55+00:00

Elastic Stack: (Multi) Cluster Monitoring

2019-04-02T17:39:47+00:00

This blogpost explains one way to monitor the Elastic Stack with integrated features.

Starting with Elastic Stack 5 the popular site plugins HEAD and KOPF aren’t supported any longer by elastic. This decision creates a gap for operations running

Elastic Stack: (Multi) Cluster Monitoring 2019-04-02T17:39:47+00:00

Elk on Docker (-Compose)

2017-11-27T15:30:26+00:00

This article will show you how to run an ELK on Docker using Docker Compose so you can run it on your Docker infrastructure or test it on your local system.

The ELK/Elastic stack is a common open source solution for collecting and analyzing log data from distributed systems. This article will show you how to run an ELK on

Elk on Docker (-Compose) 2017-11-27T15:30:26+00:00

Death of an ELK?

2017-11-27T15:30:27+00:00

This article will guide you through updating the ELK stack (Elastic Search, Logstash Kibiana) from version 1.x to 2.x.

This article will guide you through updating the ELK stack from version 1.x to 2.x, taking into account the correct order of its components Elasticsearch, Logstash an

Death of an ELK? 2017-11-27T15:30:27+00:00