Fluent Bit 2.0 and OpenSearch

OpenSearch Blog: Fluent Bit 2.0 and OpenSearch

Written by Erik Bledsoe in Fluent Biton January 3, 2023

OpenSearch Blog: Fluent Bit 2.0 and OpenSearch

Calyptia co-founder Anurag Gupta recently guest-authored a piece for the OpenSearch blog on “Fluent Bit 2.0 and OpenSearch.” In it, he discusses some of the features of Fluent Bit v2.0 and how to use them to get started with OpenSearch.

OpenSearch is a scalable, flexible, and extensible open-source software suite for search, analytics, and observability applications that is maintained by Amazon Web Services.

In early 2022, Calyptia partnered with the OpenSearch project team to bring first-party connectors for OpenSearch to Fluent Bit and Fluentd.

Read Anurag’s full post on the OpenSearch site.

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