Log Pipelines


From the maintainers of Fluent Bit and Fluentd, Calyptia Core enables you to seamlessly manage your data from source to destination. We enable turnkey log collection, aggregation, transformation, and forwarding from any source to any destination.

Calyptia is now a Chronosphere company

Chronosphere has acquired Calyptia. Chronosphere is the only cloud native observability platform that helps teams quickly resolve incidents before they impact the customer experience and the bottom line. Combined with the power of Calyptia, Chronosphere provides end-to-end control and insights into your observability data.

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Why Calyptia Core?

Low-Code / No-Code Logging Pipelines

With more than 100 integrations and a visual pipeline builder, you can connect new services in minutes

Automated Operations and Simplified Scaling

Scale up data collection and processing with automatic load balancing and single click deployment across your logging pipelines

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20+ Built-In Processing Transformations

Leverage built-in rules to unlock powerful processing, such as aggregation, enrichment, redaction, filtering, or custom transformations, all configurable with a few clicks. With the processing rules UI, you can test and build confidently without deploying

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Simplify Operations at Scale

Fleet Management automates the install, configuration and maintenance of agents across thousands of machines.

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Enterprise Security and Stability

Achieve peace of mind with reliable security, consistent updates, and support for enterprise operating systems (including RHEL, Mac, Windows)

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The new Fluent Bit v3!

Watch Fluent Bit creator Eduardo Silva as he unveils what's new in Fluent Bit v3 in this presentation from KubeCon EU.

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Free Fluent Bit ebook

Get a free, advance copy of "Fluent Bit with Kubernetes" by Fluent Bit expert Phil Wilkins, compliments of Calyptia. From fundamental configuration to advanced integrations, Wilkins lays out Fluent Bit’s full capabilities for log, metric, and trace routing and processing.

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Is Calyptia Core a collection agent?

Calyptia Core is a centralized logging management platform that offers both a collection agent and an aggregator. Calyptia Core agents can connect to any source and route to multiple destinations. Additionally, the aggregator enables in-stream processing, allowing you to add schema, parse logs, redact information, or enrich a stream.

Do I have to replace my existing agents or collectors?

You have the option to keep or replace existing agents. Calyptia Core accepts data from Splunk UF, Splunk HEC, Telegraf, and Beats, to name a few.

Is Calyptia a replacement for Splunk or Datadog?

No, they are used together. Splunk is an observability platform whereas Calyptia Core is a centralized logging management platform. Calyptia integrates into your existing infrastructure to enable processing, enrichment, and reduction on the pipelines feeding into your Splunk deployment.

Where does Calyptia Core run?

Calyptia Core has two parts: a control plane and a data plane. The control plane is hosted in our cloud, giving you easy access to manage and operate your data planes. The data plane runs in your environment on top of a Linux virtual machine or a Kubernetes cluster.

What types of processing can I do with Calyptia Core?

Calyptia Core includes more than 20 actions out-of-the-box. These include the ability to add fields, remove redundancies, redact, flatten, enrich, and more. You can also create custom actions using Calyptia’s extensible actions.

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