Log Management with Graylog, Elasticsearch, MongoDB, Nginx, Fluentd, Vagrant and Docker
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In this hands-on book, you will learn how to manage logs using the awesome open-source Graylog and create a scalable, high-throughput and high-available log processing architecture deploying Elasticsearch, MongoDB and Graylog clusters on top of Docker/Vagrant and Nginx acting as reverse proxy. Also, we will use Fluentd high availability setup based on forwarders and aggregators to collect logs from various sources and send them to Graylog.
I use to say that development is development and production is production. Many things can (and I bet they will) go wrong in production, especially if your application is accessible on the Internet. When something crashes, guess who is your best friend? That's right: Logs.
I have successfully implemented a very similar architecture as the one presented in this book in production and it was able to ingest thousands of log messages per second and easily handle node failures. This is the book I wish I had found when I was learning how to implement a complex and scalable logging architecture in production; that's why I'm writing it.
It's also worth mentioning that this book is a forever edition, which means that no matter how fast the technologies used here evolve, this book will be always kept up to date and of course, you will get notified and will pay nothing to take advantage of the updates.
I hope you buy this book and have a very pleasant reading. Thank you very much!
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Table of Contents
- About the Author
- Why do I need a Centralized Logging System Like Graylog?
Hands-on Introduction to Graylog
- Graylog Components
- Set up Graylog using Vagrant and Docker
- Forwarding VM Logs using Rsyslog
- HTTP Notification
- Email Notification using Amazon SES
- Introduction to Docker
- Difference Between Container and Image
- Create your Account
- Official Docker Repositories
- Image Tags
- Pulling Images From a Different Docker Registry
- Non-Official Docker Images
- Create a Repository, an Image and Push it to Docker Hub
Running Containers on Docker
- Running Containers as Daemons
- Container Clean Up
- Naming Containers
- Exposing Ports
- Persistent Data with Volumes
- Environment Variables
Create a Bridge Network
- Container Static IP Address
- Linking Containers
- Create a Bridge Network
Most Used Docker Commands
Building Docker Images
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