Protect your EFK stack with Ondat and Kanister

 
 

Deploy Elasticsearch, Fluentd and Kibanana on Kubernetes without compromise on data availability.

In this track, you will deploy the famous EFK monitoring stack on Kubernetes. Often overlooked, the monitoring stack is a key component of the Kubernetes troubleshooting process. But when a failure occurs, operators need access to the logs and metrics of the cluster to diagnose the problem. If the monitoring stack is not accessible, it becomes difficult to diagnose the root cause of the failure. Explore this track to learn how to protect your EFK stack with Ondat and Kanister.

In this track, you are going to:

  • Deploy Ondat and Kanister to your Kubernetes cluster.
  • Deploy Elasticsearch, Fluentd and Kibanana.
  • Configure Ondat for multi-zone replication.
  • Configure Kanister to backup and restore Elasticsearch data.
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Time: 33 mins

Understand the Ondat platform and how to use it to solve persistent storage challenges in Kubernetes. 

Time: 30 mins

Setup an Ondat cluster and unleash the power of stateful applications!

Time: 33 mins

Play with the building blocks of Kubernetes to secure your Data.

Time: 35 mins

Build a GitOps pipeline to deploy a database-backed stateful application and enforce Kube-Native policies with Kyverno.

Time: 60 mins

Compare performance of EBS and Instance Store volumes. While Instance Storage Volumes are supposed to be ephemeral, they come at a fraction of the cost of EBS Volumes.

Time: 60 mins

Use Terraform modules packaged as AWS Blueprints to deploy an EKS cluster bundled with Ondat distributed storage solution.