Taming the Complexity of Kubernetes

Even though we here at LogDNA are all about logging, we know that log management and analytics are not on the top of most IT professionals’ lists of fun tasks. With the right techniques and technology, you can make logging less of a chore and more of a streamlined part of your workflow. What’s more, when done properly, log management makes other parts of your job easier by helping you to work more efficiently with the rest of your technology stack.

To prove these points and provide some real-world context on what effective log management looks like for a modern team, this eBook offers guidance on logging for Kubernetes. It begins with an overview of Kubernetes logging basics, then explains how and why to build a log management strategy tailored to Kubernetes.

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About The eBook

Even though Kubernetes is a fundamentally new type of technology for most IT pros today (unless you worked previously at Google, where Kubernetes’s predecessor, Borg, was in use starting in the early 2000s), log management for Kubernetes doesn’t have to be painful. Instead of learning a totally new set of methods and tools, you can adapt and extend your existing log management strategy to fit Kubernetes. In so doing, you’ll gain critical visibility into your Kubernetes clusters, making the monumental task of Kubernetes administration much easier.

 

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“The reality is that Kubernetes log management doesn’t have to be difficult or complicated. Using a log management solution like LogDNA, you can collect logs from all parts of your Kubernetes cluster, regardless of which Kubernetes distribution you use or whether your clusters run in the cloud, on-premises, or via a hybrid architecture. With LogDNA, three simple kubectl commands allow you to deploy a logging agent that will give you total visibility into your cluster”