Fluent Bit Hands-on Learning Labs

Learn how to configure and use Fluent Bit with these free tutorials using ephemeral sandbox environments. Jump right in, get your hands dirty, and discover the power of the open-source, single-agent solution for collecting, processing, and routing logs, metrics, and traces from any source to any destination.

Fluent Bit 101: Getting Started with Configuration and Routing

Learn the basics of Fluent Bit, including how to run it from the command line and configure it to read data from a source and send the data to a different destination.

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Getting Started with Fluent Bit and Metrics with Prometheus

Explore how to collect system metrics with Fluent Bit and send them to Prometheus.

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Fluent Operator Initial Walk-through

Use the Fluent Operator to dynamically deploy and control both Fluentd and Fluent Bit automatically. Includes examples of how to deploy the Fluent Operator to send logs to tools like Loki, Elasticsearch, and Kafka.

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About Calyptia and Fluent Bit

With billions of deployments, Fluent Bit is the industry standard open source telemetry data agent for collecting, processing, routing data from any source to any destination. With support for logs, metrics, and traces, it is the single agent solution for your observability data pipeline.
Trusted by the major cloud providers, Fluent Bit is embedded in major Kubernetes distributions, including those from AWS, GCP, and Azure.
Calyptia was founded by the creator of Fluent Bit and we are the project’s primary maintainers.
Fluent Bit supports OTel logs, metrics, and traces and Prometheus read_write both as an input and as an output.