On Tue, 7 Jul 2020 at 08:51, Eduard Lucena <x3mboy(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
Maybe I'm far out, but it's interesting to me that nobody had said
ELK+Kibana+Logtash for monitoring. AFAIK there are ready to use containers with it, the
configuration it's easy to do and the work needs to be done entirely for the
dashboards you want to monitor.
Sorry if the suggestion is silly.
It isn't silly.. it is just a lot more complicated than people realize.
The front end set up is easy.. tuning it to be what you want and
setting up the backend is not easy. There is a reason why data
analysts for ELK are fulltime jobs and the backend usually requires a
multitude of servers. A lot of the setups are built around where the
data is already in the cloud so you spin up more elastic backends to
spread out the load, but our data is in a centralized area. Shipping
our data into Amazon/MS/etc cloud is a legal blackhole due to GDPR and
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