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.
Calyptia, the leading enterprise platform for First Mile Observability, announced that it had been named a Cool Vendor in Observability and Monitoring for Logging and Containers by Gartner®, one of the most respected global technological research and consulting firms.
Traditionally, enterprise observability solutions have required event data to be routed to back-end storage before any centralized analysis and reporting could take place. First Mile Observability shifts this whole process left, enabling observability immediately when and where the data is created.
We recently announced the release of Fluent Bit 1.9, and while there are a number of new features and enhancements to its already impressive speed, scale, and efficiency, one feature we are really excited about is the OpenSearch plugin for Fluent Bit.
M3DB’s ability to store long term metrics data at scale makes it a great option for demonstrating Fluent Bit’s new capabilities, especially with M3DB’s Prometheus compatibility and proven effectiveness in the largest enterprises.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation and the Fluent Bit community are thrilled to announce that Fluent Bit has been downloaded and deployed over one billion times, rapidly reaching a milestone that few software projects ever achieve.
Fluent Bit is a fast, lightweight, highly scalable logging and metrics processor and forwarder. This presentation will detail Fluent Bit technology, functionality, and use cases. You’ll learn how Fluent Bit can enable First Mile Observability.
Calyptia offers a managed cloud service for collecting metrics and telemetry data at its node-level sources, so early observability operations can be shifted left to this ‘first mile’ before the data is filtered and routed to back-end systems.
First-mile observability is concerned with deriving immediate insights from observability data at the source of where the data is created, rather than having to pool it first in a centralized “last-mile” conduit which takes more time and consumes more resources.
Eduardo and Anurag labeled this the “First Mile Observability” gap. This was going to be a $55B dollar market by 2025, with a CAGR of 23% in transition. They were determined to fill that gap, and had the perfect starter fluid; Fluent Bit.
First-mile observability is about developers and practitioners being able to get insights about their systems as soon as possible, within that first mile. The quicker an organization can diagnose, troubleshoot and respond, the better their systems will perform.
The core value Calyptia Enterprise provides is its ability to process petabytes of data daily across thousands of servers when and where it is created, to provide immediate insight and actionable intelligence and enable any organization to respond quickly to any issue.
Building on the advances of Fluent Bit and Fluentd, Calyptia brings to market the first comprehensive enterprise solution to enable any organization to manage observability data at scale and receive immediate insight into their systems’ performance.
Calyptia Cloud provides a managed service for visualizing observability data in the cloud. With the new Fluent Bit Enterprise platform, Calyptia is enabling organizations to process and route observability data.
Blocks & Files received an announcement from a startup called Calyptia that discussed data observability pipelines for petabytes of first mile data from thousands of servers. Bless. We hadn’t a clue what Calyptia was on about, and so we asked it.
Calyptia is a first mile data observability platform, created by the folks behind the Fluentd and Fluent Bit projects. Calyptia Cloud is geared specifically for cloud-native observability pipelines to help enterprises optimize data between applications and workflows.