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).
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 […]
This is the 6th blog in a series on the Elastic product stack. This blog will cover how Beats fits into the mix with Logstash, Kibana and Elasticsearch. The series cover: 1. Elasticsearch and Oracle Middleware – is there an opportunity? 2. Installation of Elasticsearch: installation and the indexing of […]
Introduction In a couple of blog articles I will described how to get started with Elasticsearch and Oracle Fusion Middleware. Elasticsearch is described on the elastic.co website as ‘Elasticsearch is a distributed, RESTful search and analytics engine capable of solving a growing number of use cases.’ Blogs 3 and 4 […]