Slick log aggregation with Kibana - AWS Managed Services by Anchor
Log aggregation is awesome-cool, you already know this. There’s no shortage of solutions for doing this, and you’ve probably heard of a few like Splunk, Graylog, Logstash, Scribe. There’s plenty more that integrate and gather data in various ways, and you can always can roll your own. Having all your logs in one place makes it much easier to spot patterns and perform analysis. This is particularly useful when you have a cluster of machines doing roughly the same thing, as it makes anomalies more obvious and less prone to noise from false positives. One of our devs was itching for a frontend tie into the service-oriented architecture stuff that we’re building at the moment, particularly one that could be easily hacked up and modified, so he went looking and...
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