So far, we've discussed various logging scenarios that we may encounter in the real world. It's now time to roll up our sleeves and fabricate a logging system. The architectures of logging systems and monitoring systems are pretty much the same in a number of ways: they both have collectors, storage, and consumers such as BI tools or a search engine. The components might vary significantly, depending on the needs. For instance, we might process some logs on the fly to extract real-time information, while we might just archive other logs to durable storage for further use, such as for batch reporting or meeting compliance requirements. All in all, as long as we have a way to ship logs out of our container, ...
Logging with Fluent Bit and Elasticsearch
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