How to capture AWS VPC Flow Logs and analyze them

Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides a wealth of data about the traffic that flows through your Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). By capturing this data, you can gain insights into network patterns, detect anomalies, and improve the security and efficiency of your cloud environment. AWS VPC Flow Logs are a feature that allows you to capture information about the IP traffic going to and from network interfaces in your VPC. In this blog, we will discuss how to capture all fields of AWS VPC Flow Logs, send...

Parsing Syslog Messages

VRL provides a powerful way to parse syslog messages,using the built-in `parse_syslog` . Some syslog messages may not be parsed effectively using the built-in `parse_syslog` function. In such cases, `parse_regex` can be used to extract meaningful data from syslog messages.

Parsing windows IIS logs

Internet Information Services (IIS) is a flexible, secure and manageable Web server for hosting anything on the Web. Monitoring and analyzing IIS logs can provide valuable insights into the performance and health of your web applications. In this blog, we will walk through the process of capturing IIS logs using the OpenTelemetry Collector (otel-collector), parsing them with Vector Remap Language (VRL), and sending them to OpenObserve for analysis.

Sending Pino Logs to OpenObserve: A Step-by-Step Guide

Learn how to send Pino logs to OpenObserve using the @openobserve/pino-openobserve npm library. This comprehensive guide provides step-by-step instructions, including setting up the project, configuring OpenObserve integration, and observing logs in OpenObserve.

Kirtan Thakkar

February 11, 2024
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What is netflow and how to use it to analyze network traffic

Netflow is a network protocol that allows you to analyze network traffic. Learn how to use it to analyze network traffic.

What are Apache, GPL and AGPL licenses and why OpenObserve moved from Apache to AGPL

What are Apache, GPL and AGPL licenses and why OpenObserve moved from Apache to AGPL

Why Apache ECharts Won Over Plotly in Our Tech Stack

We delves into our strategic shift from using Plotly to adopting Apache ECharts for our data visualization needs. It explores the reasons behind this decision, the comparative strengths and weaknesses of both tools, and the impact of this change on our user experience and technical operations

Kirtan Thakkar

December 24, 2023
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Empowering Monitoring Excellence with OpenObserve on Azure AKS

Standup AI team describes, how to setup OpenObserve on Azure AKS with postgres as metastore.

Johnson Huynh

December 13, 2023
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Jidu's Journey to 100% Tracing Fidelity with OpenObserve. A Case Study

Jidu acheived 100% tracing fidelity with OpenObserve by migrating from Elasticsearch to OpenObserve. Read this case study to learn how they did it.

Filter logs at source in otel collector

There are times when you would like to filter logs at source. This blog post shows how to do that when capturing logs using otel-collector.

How to stream NodeJS application logs to OpenObserve!

Sending logs from NodeJS application to OpenObserve using Pino is easy. This blog is a step by step guide to do that.

Send Kubernetes Metrics Using Prometheus to OpenObserve

Send metrics using kube-prometheus-stack to OpenObserve

Capturing the Pulse of Your GitHub Actions with OpenObserve

Explore how OpenObserve, an open-source observability tool, collaborates seamlessly with GitHub Actions through the 'openobserve_github_action_logs' repository by Mark Percival. This integration offers developers an efficient way to capture logs, enabling long-term analysis to detect build patterns and improve CI/CD pipelines. Dive into the benefits of continuous data monitoring and how it can revolutionize your software delivery process.

Serilog Sink for OpenObserve

Serilog Sink for OpenObserve is an extension that integrates Serilog, a favored logging library for .NET applications, with OpenObserve. Crafted by Konrad Kaminski-Pawlak, the sink allows for effortless logging to OpenObserve, thereby enhancing the ability to store, analyze, and manage logs.

Setup Fluent Bit on Ubuntu for Efficient Log Forwarding

Setup Fluent Bit on Ubuntu for Efficient Log Forwarding

Understanding Kubernetes and container resource management using rust

Understanding Kubernetes and container resource management using rust

Harnessing the Power of FluentBit to Stream Kubernetes Logs to OpenObserve!

Sending logs from Kubernetes to OpenObserve using FluentBit is easy. This blog is a step by step guide to do that.

Revolutionizing Observability - Unveiling OpenObserve, the High-Performance, Cloud-Native Platform

OpenObserve’ is an open source, cloud native open source observability platform that provides ~140x (YMMV. Could be higher or lower based on data entropy) lower storage costs compared to Elasticsearch. Use cases include real-life log data, significantly reduces operational costs, and improves ease of use. It can scale to petabytes of data, is highly performant, and allows you to sleep better at night 😴. If you are looking for an observability tool for logs, metrics, and traces, take a look at OpenObserve...

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