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Ruby Conference 2014

This presentation, by Kiyoto Tamura, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0
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As software becomes less monolithic and more service-oriented, log collection becomes a real problem. How can we stop hacking together brittle log parsing scripts and start building a unified logging layer? Fluentd is a data collector written in Ruby to solve this problem. Unlike other log management tools that are designed for a single backend system, Fluentd aims to connect many input sources into several output systems. This talk surveys Fluentd's architecture and shows real-world use cases of how different users extend it to do more with their logs with less code.

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