Category Archives: Loki

Loki – Prometheus-inspired logging for cloud natives

Grafana: Loki – the LogQL’s Prometheus-like counters, aggregation functions and dnsmasq’s requests graphs

17 November 2019
 

 The last time I configured Loki for logs collecting and monitoring was in February 2019 – almost a year ago, see the Grafana Labs: Loki – logs collecting and monitoring system post, when Loki was in its Beta state. Now we faced with outgoing traffic issues in our Production environments and can’t find who guilty for… Read More »

Prometheus: RTFM blog monitoring set up with Ansible – Grafana, Loki, and promtail

10 March 2019
 

 After implementing the Loki system on my job’s project – I decided to add it for myself, so see my RTFM blog server’s logs. Also – want to add the node_exporter and alertmanager, to be notified about high disk usage. In this post, I’ll describe the Prometheus, node_exporter, Grafana, Loki, and promtail set up process… Read More »

Grafana Labs: Loki – using AWS S3 as a data storage and AWS DynamoDB for indexes

13 February 2019
 

 Let’s proceed with the Loki system. First post of this series – Grafana Labs: Loki – logs collecting and monitoring system and the second one – Grafana Labs: Loki – distributed system, labels and filters. There is the Grafana’s Slack community with the dedicated #loki channel where you can ask for some assist (and it’s really helpful).… Read More »