I’ve wanted to learn more about neural nets and in particular TensorFlow for a while now. I recently had a bit more time to dedicate to it, so began to write about what I had learned and some of the basic examples I had ran through.
This post focuses on logging for node applications within a micro-services architecture. Correlation of logs using request ids from API Gateway (APIGW) and an Application Load Balancer (ALB) is highlighted. These apps are managed containers or lambdas.
If you are looking for more information on amalgamation of data, analysis, visualisation…
A quick introduction to setting up AWS managed elasticsearch, kibana, cognito and cloudwatch subscription filters
Logging and monitoring your infrastructure sounds easier than it is.
The first issue is all the different services you will need to pay attention to. The diagram above only covers some AWS services, you will usually be using other external services like databases outside of your AWS infrastructure as well.