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.
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
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
Jidu acheived 100% tracing fidelity with OpenObserve by migrating from Elasticsearch to OpenObserve. Read this case study to learn how they did it.
Sending logs from NodeJS application to OpenObserve using Pino is easy. This blog is a step by step guide to do that.
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 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.
Sending logs from Kubernetes to OpenObserve using FluentBit is easy. This blog is a step by step guide to do that.
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...