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Kubernetes Observability with Logs and Metrics in Logz.io

Yesterday, we announced the beta release of Logz.io Infrastructure Monitoring — our Grafana-based monitoring solution, and the planned release of a Jaeger-based tracing solution. These additions to our platform complement our ELK-based Log Management product, together constituting what is the world’s only open source-based observability platform for monitoring, troubleshooting and securing distributed cloud workloads.

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Unleashing a Better Open Source: Introducing Logz.io Cloud Observability Platform

Today, I am proud to announce the release of Logz.io Infrastructure Monitoring, a Grafana-based monitoring solution that enables engineers to speed up detection and reduce time to resolution. This new offering extends our Log Management and Cloud Security (Cloud SIEM) products, which together form Logz.io’s new Cloud Observability Platform.

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Logz.io Enhancements and Changes with Kibana 7

We are happy to inform you that we are upgrading our user interface to support Kibana 7 for Logz.io! Kibana 7 offers users a long list of UI and UX enhancements that will make monitoring and troubleshooting your environment a much simpler and nicer experience. These enhancements include a cross-app dark theme, a new time picker, new filtering, a better dashboarding experience, and most importantly – a significant boost in performance. Shall we take a closer look?

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Grafana Templates for Elasticsearch, Prometheus and InfluxDB

Grafana is everywhere. Almost every DevOps team out there is currently in the process of creating a proof of concept enabling them to implement Grafana into their stack—if they have not already implemented it, that is. Teams are eager to employ Grafana’s highly effective visualizations and dashboards that monitor and track services’ functionality and performance.

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What DevOps Is NOT

There’s no shortage of posts explaining what DevOps is—from articles that use acronyms like CALMS (Culture, Automation, Learning, Measurement and Sharing) to more thorough explanations that use the traditional division of business change analysis into “people, process, and tools.” According to this DevOps definition, people refers to an organization’s culture, its unspoken assumptions and formal rules that inform its operation.

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A Breakdown of Language Analyzers for Elasticsearch

Any search engine needs to be be able to parse language. As the field of natural language processing (NLP) has grown, specific text analysis has been applied to stop words and tokenizing (or marking) them by part of speech. In Elasticsearch (and elsewhere), the most attention has been paid to English, although the ELK stack has built-in support for 34 languages as of this writing.

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14 Kibana Plugins to Spice Up Your Data Visualizations

Kibana is a powerful visualization platform designed specifically for log management with Elasticsearch. It already provides a lot built-in, but its open-source nature obviously lends it to some pretty cool simple and complicated additions from its community of devs. Some favorites include adding certain kinds of visualizations, API attachments, better integration between Kibana and other platforms, as well simple add-ons for flair in reports.

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Speeding Up Security Investigation with Logz.io Threat Intelligence

Cloud, microservices, Kubernetes — all these bleeding-edge technologies revolutionizing the way applications are built and deployed are also a huge security headache. Modern IT environments are increasingly comprised of more and more components and layers, each of generating growing amounts of data. In most organizations, more data is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it gives teams more visibility into their environment.