Sematext Group, Inc.

Sematext Group, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 days ago

Sematext Group, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • How to ship Kibana Server Logs to Elasticsearch

    When dealing with log centralization in your organization you have to start with something. Often times people start by collecting logs for the most crucial pieces of software, and frequently one chooses to ship them to their own in-house Elasticsearch-based […]

Sematext Group, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • 2016 Year in Review: Monitoring and Logging Highlights

    2017 is almost here and, like last year, we thought we’d share how 2016 went for us.  We remain committed to be your “one-stop shop” for all things Elasticsearch and Solr: from Consulting, Production Support, and Training, to complementing that with our Logsene for all your logs, and SPM for all your monitoring needs. Docker […]

  • Migrating to SolrCloud from Solr Master-Slave

    Nowadays there are more and more organizations searching for fault-tolerant and highly available solutions for various parts of their infrastructure, including search, which evolved from merely a “nice to have” feature to the first class citizen and a “must have” element. Apache Solr is a mature search solution that has been available for over a decade now.  Its traditional […]

  • Making Elasticsearch in Docker Swarm Elastic

    Running on Elasticsearch on Docker sounds like a natural fit – both technologies promise elasticity. However, running a truly elastic Elasticsearch cluster on Docker Swarm became somewhat difficult with Docker 1.12 in Swarm mode. Why? Since Elasticsearch gave up on multicast discovery (by moving multicast node discovery into a plugin and not including it by […]

  • Introducing Sematable – ReactJS & Redux Table

    Back in 2011 – more than half a decade ago(!) – we’ve reviewed Top JavaScript Dynamic Table Libraries.  Clearly, a lot has changed since then.  Earlier this year, we started reworking our SPM & Logsene front-ends, building them on top of ReactJS, Redux, and ES6.  In the past, we’ve used DataTables, but it turns out […]

  • Kubernetes Containers: Logging and Monitoring support

    In this post we will: Introduce Kubernetes concepts and motivation for Kubernetes-aware monitoring and logging tooling Show how to deploy the Sematext Docker Agent to each Kubernetes node with DaemonSet Point out key Kubernetes metrics and log elements to help you troubleshoot and tune Docker and Kubernetes Managing microservices in containers is typically done with […]

  • Running Solr in Docker: How & Why

    Docker is all the rage these days, but one doesn’t hear about running Solr on Docker very much. Last month, we gave a talk on the topic of running containerized Solr at the Lucene Revolution conference in Boston, the biggest open source conference dedicated to Apache Lucene/Solr. The 40-minute talk included a live demo that […]

  • What is Syslog: Daemons, Message Formats and Protocols

    Pretty much everyone’s heard about syslog: with its roots in the 80s, it’s still used for a lot of the logging done today. Mostly because of its long history, syslog is quite a vague concept, referring to many things. Which is why you’ve probably heard: Check syslog, maybe it says something about the problem – […]

  • Log Management for IBM Bluemix and Cloud Foundry

    Enterprises without DevOps teams and culture typically experience long applications deployment cycles. Once developers make a new release the operations team needs to deploy it to one of the existing or new servers, and it often takes a long time (up to several weeks is not uncommon) to get a new application deployed to production. […]

  • Elasticsearch security: Authentication, Encryption, Backup

    The recent ransom attack on public Elasticsearch instances showed that Elasticsearch security is still a hot topic. Elasticsearch was not the only target – tens of thousands of poorly configured MongoDB databases have been compromised over the past week, too, compromising over 27,000 servers where hackers stole and then deleted data from unpatched or “poorly-configured” […]

  • Solr Query Segmenter: How to Provide Better Search Experience

    One way to create a better search experience is to understand the user intent.  One of the phases in that process is query understanding, and one simple step in that direction is query segmentation. In this post, we’ll cover what query segmentation is and when it is useful. We will also introduce to you Solr Query Segmenter, a […]

Sematext Group, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

New blog articles detected

  • 5 Logstash Alternatives

    When it comes to centralizing logs to Elasticsearch, the first log shipper that comes to mind is Logstash. People hear about it even if it’s not clear what it does: – Bob: I’m looking to aggregate logs – Alice: you mean… like… Logstash? When you get into it, you realize centralizing logs often implies a […]

Sematext Group, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

Sematext Group, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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