Introducing Cribl Bytes: Cribl’s New How-To Series on YouTube!

Written by Jon Rust

May 20, 2022

One of my goals as a Senior Solutions Engineer at Cribl is to help our customers get the most of our products with as minimal effort as possible. One of the aspects I love about the technology industry is so many people are willing to share best practices across all types of products. At Cribl, we have an active and growing community of Cribl customers who love to help other customers. Between our Slack Community and Cribl Curious, we’ve got a growing library of best practices, unique use cases, and how to avoid pitfalls. These resources are on top of our incredible Docs library.

Today, we’re kicking off a new YouTube series called Cribl Bytes. Cribl Bytes are short-form how-to videos showing you how to do one specific thing in Cribl Stream, Edge, or AppScope. We’re publishing two episodes today but expect more to come monthly.

You’ll want to subscribe to Cribl’s YouTube channel to get a notification whenever a new one goes live.

GitOps Workflows

In our first episode, we cover how to enable GitOps Workflows in Cribl Stream. With the GitOps features available in Cribl Stream (3.2 and higher), you can integrate configuration management of Cribl Stream with standard version-control systems and CI/CD flow. You can push updates to your remote Cribl Stream via webhook, manually, or via automation. This functionality separates development configurations from production configurations, enabling you to safely build and deploy your observability pipelines.

We also have a GitOps Sandbox that you can spin up for free with sample data.

Working with Sample Files

Collecting samples of the event data you plan to work within Cribl Stream can make your onboarding experience even quicker and more efficient. Check out how it works in the video below.

Questions about our technology? We’d love to chat with you.

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