Skill Level Beginner
- [Narrator] Managing complex data like log files can quickly get unwieldy and overwhelming, especially when working with multi-node cloud infrastructure. Elastic Stack is a robust, powerful, free, open-source solution for getting a handle on your data. It can store, process, search and visualize your data in ways that just aren't possible with a lot of other tools. In this course, we'll set-up a full standalone Elastic Stack in a virtual machine and go through hands-on exercises, working with each of the main components. This isn't a comprehensive course, but we won't gloss over anything important. It should be just enough to get you familiar with the Stack and get started working with it without getting bogged down in too many details. My name is Josh Samuelson, I'm a senior engineer at Dropbox working in DevOps. I depend on Elastic Stack almost every day to do my job. When things go wrong Kibana is almost always the first place I look to figure out what's going on. The best way to learn a tool like Elastic Stack is to jump right in, so let's get started.
What you should know1m 46s
1. The Elastic Stack
2. Working with Logstash
3. Using Beats
4. Working with Kibana
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