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Amazon EKS Control Plane Metrics with Prometheus

中文版 – Kubernetes core components provide a rich set of metrics you can use to observe what is happening in the Control Plane. You can see how many watchers are on each resource in the API Server, the number of audit trail events, the latency of the requests to the API Server, and much more. These […]

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Use Open Distro for Elasticsearch to Alert on Security Events

Open Distro for Elasticsearch’s Security plugin ships with the capability to create an audit log to track access to your cluster. You can surface various types of audit events like authentications, and failed logins. In a prior post, we covered the basics of setting an alert in Open Distro for Elasticsearch. In this post, we […]

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Set an Alert in Open Distro for Elasticsearch

中文版 – One of Elasticsearch’s primary use cases is log analytics: you collect logs from your infrastructure, transform each log line into JSON documents, and send those documents to Elasticsearch’s _bulk API. A transformed log line contains many fields, each containing values. For instance, an Apache Web Log line has a source IP address field, […]

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Using the FSx for Lustre CSI Driver with Amazon EKS

中文版 – The Container Storage Interface (CSI) is a standard for exposing storage on top of container orchestrators such as Mesos or Kubernetes. CSI gives storage providers like AWS the opportunity to create a thin wrapper which will allow a Kubernetes cluster to automatically provision and manage the entire lifecycle of the storage class. Storage […]

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Observe Your Service Mesh with Kiali

中文版 – Observability in a service mesh gives you details about the topology of your microservices-based application. It tells what microservices are part of the service mesh, how are they connected, how much traffic is routed to them, and other details. This post from Heiko Rupp shows how Kiali can be used to visualize an […]

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Add Your Own SSL Certificates to Open Distro for Elasticsearch

中文版 – Open Distro for Elasticsearch’s security plugin comes with authentication and access control out of the box. To make it easy to get started, the binary distributions contain passwords and SSL certificates that let you try out the plugin. Before adding any of your private data, you need to change the default passwords and certificates. […]

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Deploying AWS Lambda-Compatible Functions in Amazon EKS using TriggerMesh KLR

中文版 – Custom AWS Lambda Runtimes were introduced at re:Invent 2018. Knative is an open source project to build, deploy, and manage serverless workloads. This post by Sebastien Goasguen explains that TriggerMesh’s Knative Lambda Runtime is a custom runtime that can run a Lambda function on Knative running on an Amazon EKS cluster. –Arun AWS […]

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Build and Run the Open Distro For Elasticsearch SQL Plugin with Elasticsearch OSS

中文版 – Open Distro for Elasticsearch comprises four plugins: Security — supports node-to-node encryption, five types of authentication, role-based access controls, audit logging, and cross-cluster search. Alerting — notifies you when data from one or more Elasticsearch indices meets certain conditions. Performance — This is a REST API that allows you to query a long list […]

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Building and Bundling a ROS Application for AWS RoboMaker

中文版 – Twelve months ago, we started working on AWS RoboMaker, a cloud robotics service. One of the biggest questions looming over us was: How are we going to make it easy to run any ROS application on our service? Robot applications are a large mix of different packages with numerous dependencies. When simulation is […]

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Open Distro for Elasticsearch security plugin Kibana window showing permissions and roles as well as authentication back ends

Change your Admin Passwords in Open Distro for Elasticsearch

中文版 – Open Distro for Elasticsearch ships with an advanced security plugin. The plugin comes pre-configured with a number of different users and default passwords for them – of course, you will want to change those defaults! Passwords for some of the preconfigured users—kibanaro, logstash, readall, and snapshotrestore—are available to change in the Security UI in Kibana. […]

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