Grafana Loki 2.7.4

Grafana Loki 2.7.4


Grafana Loki is a horizontally-scalable, highly-available, multi-tenant log aggregation system inspired by Prometheus. It is a free and open-source project that collects, indexes, and queries logs from various data sources. Loki focuses on high performance and efficiency, making it ideal for systems with large amounts of logging data. It is built to be cloud-native and designed to be easy to operate, with features that make it easy to query and analyze logs in real-time. Loki is an integral part of the Grafana ecosystem, providing users with a comprehensive solution for all their observability needs.

  • Scalable, horizontally distributed architecture
  • PromQL-style filtering language for log data
  • Integration with Grafana for data visualization and alerting
  • Ability to handle high volumes of logs with low storage requirements
  • Flexible deployment options, including Kubernetes and Docker containers
  • Multi-tenancy support for secure data access

  • Log aggregation: Loki can collect and store logs from multiple sources, allowing for centralized log management and analysis.
  • Troubleshooting and debugging: With Loki, you can easily search and filter through logs to find the root cause of issues and errors in your system.

To use Loki, you can follow these general steps:

  1. Deploy and configure Loki in your environment, either as a standalone service or as a component of a larger system like Kubernetes.
  2. Ingest logs from your applications or infrastructure into Loki using one of its supported integrations or APIs.
  3. Use the PromQL-style query language to search and filter through your log data.
  4. Visualize and an

  • Written in Go programming language
  • Uses the same data model and query language as Prometheus
  • Supports log data storage in object stores like AWS S3 and Google Cloud Storage
  • Can be deployed on Kubernetes using the Helm chart or through Docker containers
  • Supports authentication and authorization through integration with external authentication providers.

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