How Humio Does Scale-Out Clustering
In a Humio cluster, some nodes are arrival nodes (they actually receive the data from the real world), and you can specify which nodes should deal with ingest processing, and which nodes to use for search. The nodes responsible for search also store the underlying segment files. In the default...
Understanding Humio’s Data Sources
I just had a great question on our Slack channel today, and thought I’d write up a small blog on how to deal with ingest performance.
Chaos Observability with Humio
Building on yesterday’s article that showed how the Chaos Toolkit could now surface the commands and progress of chaos experiments into Slack, amongst other places, using the new notifications support, today it was time to take this support and integrate it into the cloud native observability...
Moving from Elastic to Humio
Optimising Performance while Minimising Resources and Complexity
Fintech Audit Trail Logging with Humio
For smaller businesses, bank charges are predictable enough not to be noticed. That’s not true for every business, though. As companies grow, so do the complexity and volume of their bank charges. BeScord, a Danish start-up, set out to change this by automating the process of reconciling bank...
What is Cloud Native, Anyway?
Cloud native applications are giving teams the right abstractions to deploy software faster than ever before possible. These applications are built to thrive in a cloud environment, which embraces automatic scaling and resiliency without single points of failure. But these environments can be...
Mesos and DC/OS Logs in Humio
Having focused our efforts increasingly on additional integrations, we’ve released the first beta version of our Mesos framework. For this first iteration, there’s one very clear goal: Forward all task logs to Humio
Humio Product Update: September 2017
It’s been a while since we let everyone know about our progress, so here is a little message on what is happening in Humio.
Logging with Kubernetes and Humio
Kubernetes is an interesting problem when it comes to logging. With all those containers created and destroyed, logs become the only dependable window into what’s happening, but working with them becomes significantly more complex.