Part 8 – Adding Metricbeat to the EFK Stack on OKE

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that you can install on your servers to periodically collect metrics from the operating system and from services running on the server. In this guide, Metricbeat can take metrics and statistics from both K8S Master Continue reading Part 8 – Adding Metricbeat to the EFK Stack on OKE

Part 7 – Deploying EFK (Elasticsearch, Fluentd, Kibana) Stack on OKE

The Elasticsearch, Fluentd, Kibana (EFK) logging stack is one of the most popular combinations in terms of open platforms. In fact, I would say the only debate is around the mechanism used to do log shipping, aka the F (fluentd), Continue reading Part 7 – Deploying EFK (Elasticsearch, Fluentd, Kibana) Stack on OKE

Part 4 – Creating a Kubernetes Cluster on OKE

On this post, you will see how to specify details for the cluster (for example, the Kubernetes version to install on master nodes). Having defined the cluster, you typically specify details for different node pools in the cluster (for example, Continue reading Part 4 – Creating a Kubernetes Cluster on OKE

Part 3 – Pre-req for Getting Started with Oracle managed Kubernetes Engine

Prerequisites Before you can use Container Engine for Kubernetes to create a Kubernetes cluster, you need to take care of the Prerequisites and there are quite a few of them: Policy Requirement Within the root compartment of your tenancy, a Continue reading Part 3 – Pre-req for Getting Started with Oracle managed Kubernetes Engine

Cloud storage metering needs to be redefined using capacity and IOps

Today Service Provider charge customers based on amount of storage which is being consumed by the hosted virtual machines. However, they always oversight the usage of the IOps. It may happen that with a small sized VM it will oversubscribe the Continue reading Cloud storage metering needs to be redefined using capacity and IOps