In the 8.7.0 release of the Solace VMR, we added several improvements to the VMR Docker containers’ standard logging functionality. They provide the ability to customize the content, format, and delivery method of event data from the SolOS application to better integrate with the native log aggregation facilities in your PaaS.
Some examples of this data include:
- The network health of individual client connections, including slow consumer detection.
- Alerts on queuing thresholds.
- Alerts when data rates exceed expectations.
- Alerts when other threshold and boundary conditions are breached and recovered.
Support for Docker Native Logging Facilities
You can configure the VMR Docker container to direct logging facilities to stdout using configuration keys. This allows the output from the container to be tied into the back-ends that the Docker logging drivers enable.
Solace VMR Docker containers now support the following logging drivers:
Normalized Logging Output
We’ve normalized the logging formats to make them more easily consumed by various logging applications.… Read the rest