Recently, on my blog post on installing ELK stack on Ubuntu/Debian I was asked if it was possible to have ELK stack running on a server without sudo access. I admit it's a question that got me curious. The
We have some stats being calculated and logged in our logs and we wanted to plot graphs via our already running Graphite service. There are two ways to approach this issue. You can directly send statistics via graphite library for
I wanted to store current date time (in UTC time zone) in ISO format in Mongo with Groovy as the language. It is pretty straightforward with joda time library. First the code and then some explaination. import org.joda.time.
Recently, I had a question from a commenter on my blog post on installing ELK stack on Ubuntu/Debian. The question was how to serve kibana 3 via a server like jboss. Kibana 3 is essentially (more or less) static
Once you have the ELK stack installed, you can then ship/forward your logs to the redis database on the ELK stack. Once your logs are on the redis database, the logstash on the ELK server will read from it
Installing Logstash on older versions of RedHat can be a real pain. If you are struck with the familiar LoadError: Could not load FFI Provider: (NotImplementedError) FFI not available: null then follow on! First things first how to install Logstash
How to install ELK and configure it on your server (Ubuntu/Debian)? You can follow the steps below to install and configure Elasticsearch-Logstash-Kibana (ELK) stack on Ubuntu/Debian server. If you are familiar with ansible, you can also find below
Problem statement: You have different applications feeding into each other. Debugging an issue requires logging into each individual box to look at the logs. With small number of apps/boxes it's not an issue, but it quickly becomes tedious as