This is the second part of a 3-part series “Designing and building a search system for log data”. Be sure to check out part 1. Part 3 follows this post.
In the previous post I outlined some of the high-level requirements for a system that indexed log data, and makes that data available for search, all in near-real-time. Satisfying these requirements involves making trade-offs, and sometimes there are no easy answers.
Continue reading Designing a search system for log data — part 2
When you’d like to contribute to an open-source project it can be difficult to know where to start. Check out my latest post for the InfluxDB blog, explaining how we on the Core team have curated a set of issues, hopefully making it easy for potential contributors to start.
I always use the names of economists for my machines’ hostnames. keynes, friedman, marx, fisher, ricardo.
So every so often the strange economics of open-source software hits me.
Continue reading The strange economics of open-source software
I have written another post for the Loggly blog — all about our guidelines for choosing and integrating open-source software and technology in your next project.
Check it out here.