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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
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