OpenShift Container Storage 4 And Logging With Elasticsearch And Cluster Logging Operators
Red Hat News, May 7th, 2020
May 7, 2020,
Volume 266, Issue 1

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform cluster administrators can deploy cluster logging using a few CLI commands and the OpenShift Container Platform web console to install the Elasticsearch Operator and Cluster Logging Operator

"The cluster logging components are based upon Elasticsearch, Fluentd, and Kibana (EFK). The collector, Fluentd, is deployed to each node in the OpenShift Container Platform cluster. It collects node and container logs and writes them to Elasticsearch (ES). Kibana is a centralized, web UI where users and administrators can create rich visualizations and dashboards with the aggregated data.

Elasticsearch is distributed by nature. Elasticsearch index is a collection of documents that are distributedly stored across different containers known as shards. The shards are duplicated across a set of nodes to provide redundant copies (called replicas) of the data in case of hardware/infrastructure failure. In this characterization brief, we will focus on the logStore cluster logging component of the EFK stack, which is where the logs are stored and the current implementation is Elasticsearch..."

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