Using Telemetry Controller with Logging Operator

Using Telemetry Controller with Logging Operator

Introduction to Logging Operator Logging operator (a CNCF project) is commonly used to handle log collection scenarios on Kubernetes. The goal of that project is to provide an end-to-end solution for collecting logs on Kubernetes in different scenarios. However, as...
Maximizing OpenTelemetry Transport Performance

Maximizing OpenTelemetry Transport Performance

In a former article, we discussed the challenges of ingesting large amounts of data through WAN connections and highlighted the advantages of the OTLP protocol compared to syslog in this use case. Now we go deeper by investigating the different factors of data...
Send Kubernetes logs to Loki with Telemetry Controller

Send Kubernetes logs to Loki with Telemetry Controller

A few weeks ago we introduced the Telemetry Controller, a controller that can turn telemetry event streams – logs, metrics, and traces – into Kubernetes resources. It provides a robust multi-tenant API on top of OpenTelemetry that allows you to describe what telemetry...
Ingesting Large-volume Data Stream to the Cloud

Ingesting Large-volume Data Stream to the Cloud

Moving telemetry data across data centers or ingesting them into a Cloud service involves less reliable or limited networks. In this blog we will dive deep into the challenges of distributing and managing log data across expansive networks. Learn how you can benefit...
OpenTelemetry Collector Under the Hood: Backpressure

OpenTelemetry Collector Under the Hood: Backpressure

Understanding how your telemetry and observability tools behave in failure scenarios is essential for building a reliable telemetry pipeline. This post discusses what happens when a receiver endpoint of the OpenTelemetry Collector becomes temporarily unavailable, such...

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