Collecting Kubernetes logs with NXLog

Kubernetes is nowadays the de facto standard for the deployment and management of containerized applications. A Kubernetes deployment may contain hundreds, if not thousands, of nodes and pods. As with any other system, collecting logs from your Kubernetes environment is imperative to monitor the health of your cluster and to troubleshoot issues when they arise. In this post we will explore the logging challenges that Kubernetes poses, and how NXLog can be a key player in your logging solution.

File-based logs? Yes, they’re still being used!

File-based logs are where it all began. These logs can yield information of great value to security analysts and administrators alike. Armed with this information, IT professionals are better equipped to troubleshoot issues, evaluate system performance, identify bugs, and even detect security breaches.

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