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Logstash
find happiness in your logs
with Elasticsearch ELK
Open Source
Apache 2.0 License
Open Source
Open and Friendly
Community
Open Source
If a new user has a bad time,
it’s a bug.
Open Source
Technology
Logstash
Processing &
Transport
Logstash
Logstash
FiltersInputs Outputs
42 51 54
Processing & Transport
Logstash Processing & Transport
LAMP Example
Apache
Mysql
PHP
Syslog
Nagios
Elasticsearch
Graphite
IRC
Parse: Latency,
Ban...
Logstash Example Inputs
Files
Graphite
SNMPEmail
Syslog
TwitterTCP
RabbitMQ
Logstash Example Filters
Grok
Date
FingerprintGeoIP
Multiline
User Agent
Key-Value
Logstash Example Outputs
Elasticsearch
Graphite
XMPP
Nagios
Email Pagerduty
S3
Elasticsearch
Near Real-Time
Search & Analysis
Elasticsearch
Scalable
Elasticsearch
REST + JSON API
Elasticsearch
Kibana
Visualization &
Exploration
Kibana
Use Cases
Share Logs with Your
Tech Support Team
Use Cases
Graph all things!
Use Cases
Exploration by Non-
Technical Users
Use Cases
Troubleshooting Latency
?
Latency
Time
X
Movie Releases Demo
Use Cases
Apache Logs Demo
Use Cases
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OSDC 2014: Jordan Sissel - Find Happiness in your Logs

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Got logs? With so much technology powering your business, you need tools to help you identify problems and analyze past behavior. Apache 2.0-licensed Elasticsearch ELK stack is here to help you process, store, and visualize any kind of logging data, in real time, from any source imaginable!

Log management seems so boring. Log rotation, retention policy, grep, yuck! What are your servers are doing? Did last night's upgrade break anything? How your users are interacting with your products? Why did the site go down last weekend?

Get ready to turn your log pains into awesome visual insights and more!

BAM! Elasticsearch ELK! ELK stands for Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana. Each of these three are lovely, open source projects that, together, give you and your business log management superpowers.

This talk will primarily be done in three parts: open source and community, technology, and use cases.

* The first part will introduce each project and its success as open source software, most notably through supportive and open communities.
* The second part will discuss the each project and the problems solved.
* The third (and most exciting!) part will highlight a variety of use cases and problem that real humans are using Elasticsearch ELK to solve. Live demos of some use cases will be provided.

Attendees will leave the presentation totally full of excitement about this toolset and bursting with fresh ideas about how to tackle their sour logging problems.

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Transcript of " OSDC 2014: Jordan Sissel - Find Happiness in your Logs"

  1. 1. Logstash find happiness in your logs with Elasticsearch ELK
  2. 2. Open Source
  3. 3. Apache 2.0 License Open Source
  4. 4. Open and Friendly Community Open Source
  5. 5. If a new user has a bad time, it’s a bug. Open Source
  6. 6. Technology
  7. 7. Logstash
  8. 8. Processing & Transport Logstash
  9. 9. Logstash FiltersInputs Outputs 42 51 54 Processing & Transport
  10. 10. Logstash Processing & Transport LAMP Example Apache Mysql PHP Syslog Nagios Elasticsearch Graphite IRC Parse: Latency, Bandwidth, and Errors Load Balancer
  11. 11. Logstash Example Inputs Files Graphite SNMPEmail Syslog TwitterTCP RabbitMQ
  12. 12. Logstash Example Filters Grok Date FingerprintGeoIP Multiline User Agent Key-Value
  13. 13. Logstash Example Outputs Elasticsearch Graphite XMPP Nagios Email Pagerduty S3
  14. 14. Elasticsearch
  15. 15. Near Real-Time Search & Analysis Elasticsearch
  16. 16. Scalable Elasticsearch
  17. 17. REST + JSON API Elasticsearch
  18. 18. Kibana
  19. 19. Visualization & Exploration Kibana
  20. 20. Use Cases
  21. 21. Share Logs with Your Tech Support Team Use Cases
  22. 22. Graph all things! Use Cases
  23. 23. Exploration by Non- Technical Users Use Cases
  24. 24. Troubleshooting Latency ? Latency Time X
  25. 25. Movie Releases Demo Use Cases
  26. 26. Apache Logs Demo Use Cases
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