Reflections on KubeCon North America 2022 and Open Observability Day and where observability is headed.
We put Fluent Bit to the test to see if it can handle tens of thousands of messages a second. tldr: it can
Calyptia announces the immediate availability of Calyptia Fluent Bit in the AWS Marketplace
Patrick Stephens’s wrap-up of his presentation on how Fluent Bit can observe anything and everything along with a preview of the Fluent Bit 2.0 release.
Tips and tricks for making the most of using Fluent Bit and diagnosing most of the issues you might encounter while testing the impact of changes.
How to combine eBPF monitoring with the Tracee tool with the ability to send to any destination (Grafana, Elastic, Datadog, Splunk, etc.) using Fluent Bit.
A guide to using Calyptia Cloud to visualize and troubleshoot your Fluent Bit configuration files by validating them against common errors
More than just a log processor, Fluent Bit is the central component of your observability pipeline, allowing you to gather and process logs, metrics, and traces and send them to any other application for analysis.
In the final of a three-part series, we look at the current state of Fluent Bit and ongoing efforts to expand its functionality, including support for traces and OpenTelemetry.
In the second of a three-post series, we examine why Fluent Bit is a better solution than Fluentd for containers and microservices and the challenges facing developers in this era.