Using Elastic Stack, Filebeat and Logstash (for log aggregation)

Marc Lameriks

In a previous article I described how I used ElasticSearch, Filebeat and Kibana, for log aggregation (getting log information available at a centralized location). [https://technology.amis.nl/2019/09/15/using-elastic-stack-filebeat-for-log-aggregation/] In this article I will talk about the installation and use of Filebeat in combination with Logstash (from the Elastic Stack).

Using Elastic Stack, Filebeat (for log aggregation)

Marc Lameriks

In my last article I described how I used ElasticSearch, Fluentd and Kibana (EFK). Besides log aggregation (getting log information available at a centralized location), I also described how I created some visualizations within a dashboard. [https://technology.amis.nl/2019/05/06/using-elasticsearch-fluentd-and-kibana-for-log-aggregation/] In a new series of articles, I will dive into using Filebeat and […]

Using ElasticSearch, Fluentd and Kibana (for log aggregation)

Marc Lameriks

In my last article I described how I installed ElasticSearch, Fluentd and Kibana (EFK). [https://technology.amis.nl/2019/04/23/using-vagrant-and-shell-scripts-to-further-automate-setting-up-my-demo-environment-from-scratch-including-elasticsearch-fluentd-and-kibana-efk-within-minikube/] In this article I will dive into using ElasticSearch, Fluentd and Kibana. Besides log aggregation (getting log information available at a centralized location), I will also describe how I created some visualizations within a dashboard. […]

Using Vagrant and shell scripts to further automate setting up my demo environment from scratch, including ElasticSearch, Fluentd and Kibana (EFK) within Minikube

Marc Lameriks

For training and demo purposes, on my windows laptop, I needed an environment with a guest Operating System, Docker and Minikube available within an Oracle VirtualBox appliance. So, in a series of articles up till now, I described the following: The steps I took, to get Docker and Minikube (using […]

Using Helm, the package manager for Kubernetes, to install two versions of a RESTful Web Service Spring Boot application within Minikube

Marc Lameriks 3

In my last article I described how two versions of a RESTful Web Service Spring Boot application were used in Minikube, together with an external “Dockerized” MySQL database. [https://technology.amis.nl/2019/03/05/using-a-restful-web-service-spring-boot-application-in-minikube-together-with-an-external-dockerized-mysql-database/] In this article I will describe how you can use Helm, the package manager for Kubernetes, to install two versions of […]

Using a RESTful Web Service Spring Boot application in Minikube, together with an external “Dockerized” MySQL database

Marc Lameriks 2

In a previous article, I talked about an environment, I prepared on my Windows laptop, with a guest Operating System, Docker and Minikube available within an Oracle VirtualBox appliance. [https://technology.amis.nl/2019/02/12/rapidly-spinning-up-a-vm-with-ubuntu-docker-and-minikube-using-the-vm-drivernone-option-on-my-windows-laptop-using-vagrant-and-oracle-virtualbox/] In another article I created two versions of a RESTful Web Service Spring Boot application, being a book service. With […]

Rapidly spinning up a VM with Ubuntu, Docker and Minikube (using the –vm-driver=none option) on my Windows laptop using Vagrant and Oracle VirtualBox

Marc Lameriks 5

For training and demo purposes, on my Windows laptop, I needed an environment with a guest Operating System, Docker and Minikube available within an Oracle VirtualBox appliance. In this article, I will share with you the steps I took, to get Docker and Minikube (using the –vm-driver=none option) installed on […]

Node.js run from GitHub in Generic Docker Container backed by Dockerized Redis Cache

Lucas Jellema

In a previous article I talked about a generic Docker Container Image that can be used to run any Node.js application directly from GitHub or some other Git instance by feeding the Git repo url as Docker run parameter (see https://technology.amis.nl/2017/05/21/running-node-js-applications-from-github-in-generic-docker-container/). In this article, I create a simple Node.js application […]

Quickest way to get going with Node.js and MongoDB – using the mongodb Node driver and a free MongoDB instance in the cloud with mLab

Lucas Jellema

While preparing for a workshop on Node.js, I ran into the by far quickest way to get some a simple Node.js application  running against a  MongoDB database. I stumbled into mLab (https://mlab.com/) for database hosting. This company offers various plans for cloud based MongoDB environments – including a free plan […]

Event: PuppetConf 2016 Review, 24 November – Nieuwegein

Robbrecht van Amerongen

Op donderdag 24 november is het Conclusion PuppetConf 2016 review Event. Jij bent hierbij van harte welkom. Tijdens dit event nemen we je mee in de wereld van Puppet. Bovendien vertellen wij je graag over de mogelijkheden van orchestration support, advanced Docker integration, Jenkins integration, advanced corrective change reporting en […]

Continuous Delivery Pipeline – Overview, considerations and tools for Oracle Database and Fusion Middleware

It is important to consider the broad range of tools and product for creating your Continuous Delivery Pipeline. From this perspective we share our vision on the Continuous Delivery Pipeline specifically for the Oracle stack. This document is an overview and guide for the complete delivery pipeline and shows our […]