In the previous article, we described what capability BanzaiCloud Logging Operator provides and its main features. So, today we are going to see how we can implement it. The first thing we need to do is to install the operator itself, and to do that, we have a helm chart at our disposal, so the […]
Empower Log Aggregation in Kubernetes with BanzaiCloud Logging Operator
We already have talked about the importance of Log Aggregation in Kubernetes and why the change in the behavior of the components makes it a mandatory requirement for any new architecture we deployed today. To solve that part, we have a lot of different stacks that you probably have heard about. For example, if we […]
Grafana Loki and MinIO: A Perfect Match!
Grafana Loki is becoming one of the de-facto standards for log aggregation in Kubernetes workloads nowadays, and today, we are going to show how we can use together Grafana Loki and MinIO. We already have covered on several occasions the capabilities of Grafana Loki that have emerged as the main alternative to the Elasticsearch leadership […]
Three reasons why you need a Log Aggregation Architecture today
Log Aggregation are not more a commodity but a critical component in container-based platforms Photo by Olav Ahrens Røtne on Unsplash Log Management doesn’t seem like a very fantastic topic. It is not the topic that you see and says: “Oh! Amazing! This is what I was dreaming about my whole life”. No, I’m aware that […]