The Cribl Stream Life is a podcast for IT pros trying to take control of their machine data with a no-compromise approach. With each episode, our hosts will cover the latest insights, trends, and emerging technologies to help IT organizations achieve observability in their operations. We’ll also address specific challenges we’ve seen with hundreds of enterprises over the last several years and sketch out the fundamental capabilities required to overcome them.
An observability pipeline can centralize the forwarding of all machine data, get it to the right destination and ensure it is shaped, enriched, and ready for analysis—or simply on standby for when it might be needed in the future.
Autodesk broke free from their complex legacy data pipeline infrastructure with LogStream™ and reduced ingestion of duplicate logging data by 166%. Read this Case Study to understand how!
In Cribl LogStream, routes map events to pipelines and destinations, while processing pipelines perform all event transformations. Learn how events are evaluated using a filter expression, directed to the corresponding processing pipeline, and subsequently sent to their destination(s) by watching this video.
Stop drowning in observability data. Reduce the data you deliver to your analysis systems, and see infrastructure costs shrink with it – all while improving performance of those systems and covering your data retention needs. Watch this video to learn more.
Writing to an S3-compatible object store as an archive? Re-ingest part or all of that data at any time with Cribl LogStream’s data collection feature. Learn how it works in this video.
Data comes in many shapes and sizes, but it’s not always in the shape or size we need. Watch this video to learn how LogStream enables you to change the shape, size, or quality of your data. Add additional metadata, simplify deeply nested JSON structures, or pull in threat feed info to your data before sending it to additional tools.
A pipeline is a set of data processing elements connected in series to manipulate the data passing through it. This video briefly walks through that concept and highlights the functions available in Cribl LogStream, including the Clone, GeoIP, and Regex Extract functions.
A printable guide of basic concepts and commonly used functions for Cribl LogStream
This video walks through how to create a data collector to pull data from a REST API with Cribl LogStream.