Calyptia announces the immediate availability of Calyptia Fluent Bit in the AWS Marketplace
Kyle Davis, Senior Developer Advocate for Bottlerocket and Amazon Linux, shows how to run OpenSearch with the OpenSearch Operator on Kubernetes using the Bottlerocket and then add Fluent Bit to collect logs from the nodes of the same Kubernetes cluster.
Closing Remarks with Anurag Gupta from Calyptia
In this session, we’ll take a look at how we modernised our infrastructure, and used the Fluent Node library to meet these challenges, eventually scaling up to 3.5 billion events per day.
In this talk we will describe our journey from arbitrary log collection from edge devices to building an observability pipeline with FluentBit.
The talk brings you into the community discussion on how to best optimize this event loop system and uncovers efforts spent on implementing the identified improvements.
In this talk, we introduce a new feature in the in_tail input plugin, which uses group rules to rate limit log collection, and also we present a Log Flow Control framework that allows users to define and enforce log rate limit policies to control log loss predictably.
This talk will describe our Fluent Bit monitoring story and it will briefly touch on some of the design choices but will primarily focus on how to monitor Fluent Bit in the production clusters.