aws/aws-for-fluent-bit

Chart version: 0.1.5
Api version: v1
App version: 2.7.0
A Helm chart to deploy aws-for-fluent-bit project
application
Chart Type
Active
Status
Unknown
License
457
Downloads
https://aws.github.io/eks-charts
Set me up:
helm repo add center https://repo.chartcenter.io
Install Chart:
helm install aws-for-fluent-bit center/aws/aws-for-fluent-bit
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AWS for fluent bit

A helm chart for AWS-for-fluent-bit

Installing the Chart

Add the EKS repository to Helm:

helm repo add eks https://aws.github.io/eks-charts

Install or upgrading the AWS for fluent bit chart with default configuration:

helm upgrade --install aws-for-fluent-bit --namespace kube-system eks/aws-for-fluent-bit

Uninstalling the Chart

To uninstall/delete the aws-for-fluent-bit release:

helm delete aws-for-fluent-bit --namespace kube-system

Configuration

| Parameter | Description | Default | Required | | - | - | - | - | global.namespaceOverride | Override the deployment namespace | Not set (Release.Namespace) | | image.repository | Image to deploy | amazon/aws-for-fluent-bit | ✔ | image.tag | Image tag to deploy | 2.7.0 | image.pullPolicy | Pull policy for the image | IfNotPresent | ✔ | imagePullSecrets | Docker registry pull secret | [] | | serviceAccount.create | Whether a new service account should be created | true | | serviceAccount.name | Name of the service account | aws-for-fluent-bit | | serviceAccount.create | Whether a new service account should be created | true | | service.parsersFiles | List of available parser files | /fluent-bit/parsers/parsers.conf | | service.extraParsers | Adding more parsers with this value | "" | | input.* | Values for Kubernetes input | | | extraInputs | Adding more inputs with this value | "" | | filter.* | Values for kubernetes filter | | | extraFilters | Adding more filters with value | | cloudWatch.enabled | Whether this plugin should be enabled or not details | true | ✔ | cloudWatch.match | The log filter | * | ✔ | cloudWatch.region | The AWS region for CloudWatch. | us-east-1 | ✔ | cloudWatch.logGroupName | The name of the CloudWatch Log Group that you want log records sent to. | "/aws/eks/fluentbit-cloudwatch/logs" | ✔ | cloudWatch.logStreamName | The name of the CloudWatch Log Stream that you want log records sent to. | | | cloudWatch.logStreamPrefix | Prefix for the Log Stream name. The tag is appended to the prefix to construct the full log stream name. Not compatible with the log_stream_name option. | "fluentbit-" | | cloudWatch.logKey | By default, the whole log record will be sent to CloudWatch. If you specify a key name with this option, then only the value of that key will be sent to CloudWatch. For example, if you are using the Fluentd Docker log driver, you can specify logKey log and only the log message will be sent to CloudWatch. | | | cloudWatch.logFormat | An optional parameter that can be used to tell CloudWatch the format of the data. A value of json/emf enables CloudWatch to extract custom metrics embedded in a JSON payload. See the Embedded Metric Format. | | | cloudWatch.roleArn | ARN of an IAM role to assume (for cross account access). | | | cloudWatch.autoCreateGroup | Automatically create the log group. Valid values are “true” or “false” (case insensitive). | true | | cloudWatch.endpoint | Specify a custom endpoint for the CloudWatch Logs API. | | | cloudWatch.credentialsEndpoint | Specify a custom HTTP endpoint to pull credentials from. more info | | | firehose.enabled | Whether this plugin should be enabled or not, details | true | ✔ | firehose.match | The log filter | "*" | ✔ | firehose.region | The region which your Firehose delivery stream(s) is/are in. | "us-east-1" | ✔ | firehose.deliveryStream | The name of the delivery stream that you want log records sent to. | "my-stream" | ✔ | firehose.dataKeys | By default, the whole log record will be sent to Kinesis. If you specify a key name(s) with this option, then only those keys and values will be sent to Kinesis. For example, if you are using the Fluentd Docker log driver, you can specify data_keys log and only the log message will be sent to Kinesis. If you specify multiple keys, they should be comma delimited. | | | firehose.roleArn | ARN of an IAM role to assume (for cross account access). | | | firehose.endpoint | Specify a custom endpoint for the Kinesis Firehose API. | | | firehose.timeKey | Add the timestamp to the record under this key. By default the timestamp from Fluent Bit will not be added to records sent to Kinesis. | | | firehose.timeKeyFormat | strftime compliant format string for the timestamp; for example, %Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S%z. This option is used with time_key. | | | kinesis.enabled | Whether this plugin should be enabled or not, details | true | ✔ | kinesis.match | The log filter | "*" | ✔ | kinesis.region | The region which your Kinesis Data Stream is in. | "us-east-1" | ✔ | kinesis.stream | The name of the Kinesis Data Stream that you want log records sent to. | "my-kinesis-stream-name" | ✔ | kinesis.partitionKey | A partition key is used to group data by shard within a stream. A Kinesis Data Stream uses the partition key that is associated with each data record to determine which shard a given data record belongs to. For example, if your logs come from Docker containers, you can use container_id as the partition key, and the logs will be grouped and stored on different shards depending upon the id of the container they were generated from. As the data within a shard are coarsely ordered, you will get all your logs from one container in one shard roughly in order. If you don’t set a partition key or put an invalid one, a random key will be generated, and the logs will be directed to random shards. If the partition key is invalid, the plugin will print an warning message. | "container_id" | | kinesis.appendNewline | If you set append_newline as true, a newline will be addded after each log record. | | | kinesis.dataKeys | By default, the whole log record will be sent to Kinesis. If you specify key name(s) with this option, then only those keys and values will be sent to Kinesis. For example, if you are using the Fluentd Docker log driver, you can specify data_keys log and only the log message will be sent to Kinesis. If you specify multiple keys, they should be comma delimited. | | | kinesis.roleArn | ARN of an IAM role to assume (for cross account access). | | | kinesis.endpoint | Specify a custom endpoint for the Kinesis Streams API. | | | kinesis.stsEndpoint | Specify a custom endpoint for the STS API; used to assume your custom role provided with kinesis.roleArn. | | | kinesis.timeKey | Add the timestamp to the record under this key. By default the timestamp from Fluent Bit will not be added to records sent to Kinesis. | | | kinesis.timeKeyFormat | strftime compliant format string for the timestamp; for example, %Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S%z. This option is used with time_key. | | | kinesis.aggregation | Setting aggregation to true will enable KPL aggregation of records sent to Kinesis. This feature isn’t compatible with the partitionKey feature. See more about KPL aggregation here. | | | kinesis.compression | Setting compression to zlib will enable zlib compression of each record. By default this feature is disabled and records are not compressed. | | | elasticsearch.enabled | Whether this plugin should be enabled or not, details | true | ✔ | elasticsearch.match | The log filter | "*" | ✔ | elasticsearch.awsRegion | The region which your Firehose delivery stream(s) is/are in. | "us-east-1" | ✔ | elasticsearch.host | The url of the Elastic Search endpoint you want log records sent to. | | ✔ | elasticsearch.awsAuth | Enable AWS Sigv4 Authentication for Amazon ElasticSearch Service | On | | elasticsearch.tls | Enable or disable TLS support | On | | elasticsearch.port | TCP Port of the target service. | 443 | | elasticsearch.retryLimit | Integer value to set the maximum number of retries allowed. N must be >= 1 | 6 | | extraOutputs | Adding more outputs with value | "" | | priorityClassName | Name of Priority Class to assign pods | | | updateStrategy | Optional update strategy | type: RollingUpdate | | affinity | Map of node/pod affinities | {} | | tolerations | Optional deployment tolerations | [] | | nodeSelector | Node labels for pod assignment | {} |