In today's digital transformation journey, observability has emerged as the hot topic. The ability to capture, analyze and correlate all of your machine data is critical to ensure you can meet your reliability objectives. Every level of the application stack emits logs, metrics, traces, and events. The collection of all of these signals is the first step of having an observable system.
HAProxy is one of the fastest and most widely-used load balancing solutions available today. If you’re already using HAProxy, or if you’re considering using HAProxy in your environment, then this is a great place to start. On this page, we discuss HAProxy logging and why logging is such a vital component of the load balancer implementation. We then take a deep dive into the logging offered by HAProxy. Finally, you’ll read about working with the HAProxy logging format and how you can configure the logging to suit your needs better.
HAProxy is one of the world’s most innovative and highest-performing load balancing solutions. The load balancer is critical for enabling high availability and supporting the dynamic scaling of infrastructure within modern applications. Because of its importance, engineers need tools that can quickly and effectively diagnose any problems with the load balancer if they arise.
Red Hat OpenShift is an open source container application platform that incorporates a collection of software that enables developers the ability to run an entire Kubernetes environment. It includes streamlined workflows to help teams get to production faster and is tested with dozens of technologies while providing a robust tightly-integrated platform supported over a 9-year lifecycle.
We all know how our life has changed in the last two decades in terms of how we interact with our vendors for day to day activities, regardless if we shop for a birthday present or read a newspaper. This digital transformation of everything we do increased even more during the pandemic, when it appeared that a malfunctioning digital access channel can often mean lack of possibility to enter certain places like even the country or a plane to get back home.
In this blog, we will show you some simple steps for deploying and running a PostgreSQL database on Kubernetes. We will explore a simple use case in which a developer wants to have a single PostgreSQL instance for testing, and then we’ll introduce an advanced use case in which there are a few options for deploying a more configurable instance of PostgreSQL.