Hi there, we are currently experimenting with Beats to monitor our docker containers. Currently we have a setup so that we need to install Beats in every Docker Container that we create. This gives overhead per container. Is there a way to use Beats (topbeat) in a way that we can install it on a host so it monitors all containers that are running on that host?
With processes in containers being visible via top, it should be possible to use topbeat. But when running the same service multiple times in containers the meta-data required to identify the correct process are lacking.
Have you checked out this awesome community beat?
There is talks about adding a cgroups module to metricbeat (but implementation hasn't started yet).
Seems like there is some community effort adding docker support to metricbeat?.
We're aware of monitoring docker containers being a pain (in general) and we're looking for improving support, but right now best choice seems to be dockerbeat.
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