This webinar will show how to set up an ELK (elasticsearch-logstash-kibana) logging stack on top of a Tectonic Kubernetes cluster. These three components work together to provide a solid logging, searching, and visualization of your infrastructure's data logs. We'll split this webinar into 3 segments to teach how to deploy the stack, how to query your log data, and how to integrate the ELK stack with Tectonic's cloud-native tools.
Part I: Deploy the stack
This involves three new components which will be deployed on the cluster: Elasticsearch statefulset, Fluentd daemonset, and Kibana.
Part II: Querying log data
Next, we'll look at how to effectively reference Kubernetes metadata when querying log objects in stored in Elasticsearch, and some common patterns in querying Kubernetes logs and gaining visiblity into various cluster components and/or deployed applications.
Part III: EFK/ELK cluster logging on tectonic
Finally, we will address how to deploy the ELK stack optimally on top of Tectonic.