Loki

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1.0/stable 104 12 Dec 2023
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Ubuntu 20.04
juju deploy loki-k8s --channel edge
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Charmed Loki

loki-k8s is a charm for Loki. It is an essential part of the COS Lite bundle.

This Charmed Operator handles deployment, scaling, configuration, and Day 2 operations specific to Loki.

This operator drives the Loki application, and it can be composed with other operators to deliver a complex application or service.

The charm imposes configurable resource limits on the workload, can be readily integrated with logging sources, and comes with built-in alert rules and dashboards for self-monitoring.

This charm is:

  • part of the COS Lite bundle
  • intended to be used together with alertmanager-k8s

In this documentation

Tutorial
Get started - a hands-on introduction for new users deploying the charmed operator.
How-to guides
Step-by-step guides covering key operations and common tasks
Explanation
Concepts - discussion and clarification of key topics
Reference
Technical information - specifications, APIs, architecture

Project and community

Charmed Loki is part of the Canonical Observability Stack. It’s an open source project that warmly welcomes community projects, contributions, suggestions, fixes and constructive feedback.

Thinking about using the Canonical Observability Stack for your next project? Get in touch!