How Paramount leverages Hydrolix to ingest, normalize their CDN logs from multiple providers
In this blog post we’ll see how to leverage Clickhouse plugin and Grafana to create really performant dashboard on Hydrolix data platform. Dashboard Variables Grafana has a concept of variable… Continue reading High performance dashboard with Grafana
In the previous blog post eating our own logs we saw how Hydrolix cluster is indexing its own logs. Our logs contains lots of very useful information, in this blog… Continue reading Monitoring query performance
Monitoring complex application deployed via Kubernetes can be a challenge especially when the application uses a large number of components. The Hydrolix platform is designed to make log processing and… Continue reading Eating our own logs
Fluent Bit is a super fast, lightweight, and highly scalable logging and metrics processor and forwarder. In this article we’ll see how we can configure FluentBit to send metrics and… Continue reading Logs and metrics with Fluentbit
In this blog post we are going to see how we can leverage a new feature to extract CMCD information from Akamai realtime logs delivery. The Common Media Client Data… Continue reading Video streaming analysis with CMCD
Akamai new feature Datastream v2 allows streaming in real time of logs into HTTPS endpoint. In this blog post we’ll see how to setup Akamai and Hydrolix to receive, parse… Continue reading Index and enrich Akamai logs in realtime
Our very own Fed presenting Hydrolix to the clickhouse meetup in SF In his talk Fed talks about how Hydrolix forked Clickhouse to support high performance reading and writing to… Continue reading Clickhouse Meetup
Alter is a new mechanism at Hydrolix allowing user to modify and delete indexed data.
When alter is running it has no impact on performance for users with our decouple approach.
Alter is safer than any other approach as we can rollback or commit the change in an atomic way with our cloud storage approach creating new partition is free.
How to index journald logs in Hydrolix with Vector.