One thing I really would love to have in Elastic is a easy way to find patterns in logs like Logz.io does: https://logz.io/platform/features/log-patterns/
I have been playing with Elastic Machine Learning capabilities and I do know if I use things like grok, I might achieve something similar. But it's not as convenient as Logz.io makes it.
This being said I would really appreciate to listen to your thoughts of how something similar could be achieved.
This is the in built ML categorization that you can find in the logs app in Kibana or create on your own in machine learning.
Slightly old video - now there is a dedicated job wizard that assists in the configuration of such a job.
What is shown in the video here is to find anomalies in patterns in log files, but of course, the side-effect is that the process of categorization also produces information about number of unique categorizes per data source, etc: Get categories API | Elasticsearch Guide [7.15] | Elastic
Firstly: a sincere thanks for your replies.
I will explore these capabilities in the next weeks.
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