Feeding Kubernetes Log Data to Logstash and Kibana

Aayushi Johari shows how you can stand up a Kubernetes cluster and review log data using Logstash and Kibana:

In this article, you will learn how to publish Kubernetes cluster events data to Amazon Elastic Search using Fluentd logging agent. The data will then be viewed using Kibana, an open-source visualization tool for Elasticsearch. Amazon ES consists of integrated Kibana integration.

We will walk you through with the following process:
Creating a Kubernetes Cluster
Creating an Amazon ES cluster
Deploy Fluentd logging agent on Kubernetes cluster
Visualize kubernetes date in Kibana

Click through for the full article.

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