Scaling Kubernetes Apps & Solutions: Kubernetes Logging & Monitoring

Kubernetes 1.20    |    Intermediate
  • 15 Videos | 1h 35m 47s
  • Includes Assessment
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Logging and monitoring should be a central part of any good DevOps process, including those associated with cloud-native application development and scaling. While traditional logging and monitoring tools aren't designed for cloud-native environments, there are other solutions. Use this course to comprehend how cloud platforms have changed the nature of logging and monitoring. Learn how Google Cloud Operations for Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Services (EKS), Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS), and Kubernetes handle logging and monitoring. On a practical front, use klog to generate log messages, debug issues with Kubernetes audit logs, pull events using kubectl, use Fluentd to log information, Elasticsearch to monitor your Kubernetes applications, and Kibana to log and collect time series analytics. When you're done, you'll be able to implement logging and monitoring into your Kubernetes application development processes.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    summarize the purpose of application logging and monitoring
    summarize what's involved in cloud monitoring, including cloud monitoring types, benefits, and best practices and how it's changed the nature of logging and monitoring
    describe how Google Cloud Operations for Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) handles logging and monitoring
    describe how Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Services (EKS) handles logging and monitoring
    describe how Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS) handles logging and monitoring
    identify what should be monitored in Kubernetes and the benefits of doing so
    use klog to generate log messages for Kubernetes system components
  • debug issues in your cluster by monitoring Kubernetes audit logs
    pull Kubernetes events using kubectl
    use Fluentd to collect log information from your Kubernetes application
    monitor your Kubernetes application with Elasticsearch
    log and collect time series analytics using Kibana
    monitor Kubernetes logs using the EFK stack
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    1m 24s
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    2. 
    What's Involved in Application Logging & Monitoring
    7m 56s
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    3. 
    What's Involved in Cloud Monitoring
    8m 8s
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    Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Logging & Monitoring
    5m 34s
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    Amazon EKS Logging & Monitoring
    6m 17s
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    Microsoft AKS Logging & Monitoring
    5m 32s
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    Kubernetes Logging & Monitoring
    9m 1s
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    8. 
    Using Kubernetes System Components Logging
    9m 25s
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    9. 
    Monitoring Using Kubernetes Audit Logs
    6m 21s
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    10. 
    Pulling Kubernetes Events Using kubectl
    4m 32s
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    Collecting Application Log Info Using Fluentd
    7m 48s
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    Monitoring Kubernetes Apps with Elasticsearch
    9m 21s
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    Logging Time Series Analytics Using Kibana
    7m 48s
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    Monitoring Kubernetes Logs Using the EFK Stack
    5m 54s
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    15. 
    Course Summary
    48s

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