Category Archives: Cloud

Mining Mailboxes with Elasticsearch and Kibana

In a previous post I had mentioned that the trio of Logstash, Kibana and Elasticsearch (ELK stack) is one of the most popular open source solutions for not only logs management but also data analysis. In this post I will … Continue reading

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Microservices Orchestration

In my earlier post, I had introduced the concept of microservices. As a quick recap, microservices model promises ease of development and maintenance, flexibility for developers/teams to work on different things, building block for a scalable system and a true … Continue reading

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Microservices in a Nutshell

At the onset, “Microservices” sounds like yet another term on the long list of software architecture styles. Many experts consider it as lightweight or fine-grained SOA. Though it is not entirely a new idea, Microservices seem to have peaked in … Continue reading

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Log Management in the Cloud Age

In traditional systems, logs are lines of text intended for offline human consumption. With the advent of Cloud and Big Data, there is a paradigm shift in what can be logged. Systems can now log any piece of structured or … Continue reading

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