Tag: monitoring

Total 3 Posts
kubernetes, monitoring, efk, alerting

Alerting on Kubernetes Events with EFK Stack

You probably care about gathering application logs only. Still, since the application is running on Kubernetes, you could get a lot of information about what is happening in the cluster by gathering events as well. Whatever happens inside the cluster, an event is recorded. You can check those events with kubectl events, but they are short-lived. To search or alert on a particular activity, you need to store them in a central place first. Now, let's see how to do ...

kubernetes, monitoring, efk

Get Kubernetes Logs with EFK Stack in 5 Minutes

Last week I wrote about getting Kubernetes cluster metrics with Prometheus. Metrics are only one part of the story. Logs are essential as well, and luckily we have a great set of tools that will help us to create simple and easy logging solution. In this post, I will show you how to start monitoring Kubernetes logs in 5 minutes with EFK stack (Elasticsearch, Fluent Bit, and Kibana) deployed with Helm and Elasticsearch operator. Previous post Just blogged: Get #Kubernetes ...

kubernetes, monitoring, prometheus

Get Kubernetes Cluster Metrics with Prometheus in 5 Minutes

To have a Kubernetes cluster up and running is pretty easy these days. However, when you start to use it and deploy some applications, you might expect some issues over time. Kubernetes being a distributed system is not easy to troubleshoot. You need a proper monitoring solution, and because the Prometheus is CNCF project as Kubernetes, it is probably the best fit. In this post, I will show you how to get the Prometheus running and start monitoring your Kubernetes ...