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Oracle Kubernetes Engine

Ship Oracle Kubernetes Engine container logs to your hosted Logstash instance at

Filebeat is a lightweight shipper that enables you to send your OKE logs to Logstash and Elasticsearch. Configure Filebeat using the pre-defined examples below to start sending and analysing your OKE logs.

Send Your DataLogsContainerisationOracle Kubernetes Engine Guide

Follow this step by step guide to start sending data from your system to

Step 1 - Download Manifest

Download the filebeat Oracle Kubernetes Engine deploy manifest using the link below:

Click to download filebeat-kubernetes-oke.yaml

Step 2 - Insert Stack Details

Open the manifest and around line 57 you should see the environment variables controlling the logging destination. You need to update them to point to your stack.

No input available! Your stack is missing the required input for this data source Talk to support to add the input

Step 3 - Deploy Pod

Now your deployment manifest is updated, you can deploy it using.

kubectl apply -f filebeat-kubernetes-oke.yaml

Step 4 - Confirm Completed Deployment

kubectl --namespace=kube-system get ds/filebeat

kubectl --namespace=kube-system get pods

You should see a pod for each kubernetes node with a name similar to filebeat-abcde listed. The pods should work though from Pending to Running within a couple of minutes as the containers are downloaded and started.

Step 5 - Check for your logs

Data should now have been sent to your Stack.

View my data

If you don't see logs take a look at How to diagnose no data in Stack below for how to diagnose common issues.

Step 6 - how to diagnose no data in Stack

If you don't see data appearing in your Stack after following the steps, visit the Help Centre guide for steps to diagnose no data appearing in your Stack or Chat to support now.

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