Production Docker logs on Triton

March 18, 2016

In a previous post I talked about an approach I took getting logs out of Docker containers when I first started using Docker way back at the end of 2013. But Docker has done a lot of growing up since then!

Using docker logs to get our container logs works in development but in production we need to centralize our logs. Triton has support for the syslog, Graylog, and Fluentd log drivers and we can use them to support production-ready log collection.

Check out the full article on the official Joyent blog...


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