The Docker Certified Technology Program is designed for ecosystem partners and customers to recognize Containers and Plugins that excel in quality, collaborative support and compliance. Docker Certification gives organizations enterprises an easy way to run trusted software and components in containers on the Docker Enterprise container platform with support from both Docker and the publisher.
In this review, we’re looking at Docker Logging Containers and Plugins. Docker Enterprise provides built-in logging drivers to help users get information from docker nodes, running containers and services. The Docker Engine
also exposes a Docker Logging Plugin API for use by Partner Docker logging plugins. The user’s needs are solved by innovations from the extensive Docker ecosystem that extend Docker’s logging capabilities which provide complete log management solutions that include searching, visualizing, monitoring, and alerting.
These solutions are validated by both Docker and the partner company and integrated into a seamless support pipeline that provide customers the world class support they have become accustomed to when working with Docker.
Check out the latest certified Docker Logging Containers and Plugins that are now available from our partners on Docker Store:
- Splunk Enterprise
Splunk Enterprise is a platform for operational intelligence. Our software lets you collect, analyze, and act upon the untapped value of big data that your technology infrastructure, security systems, and business applications generate. It gives you insights to drive operational performance and business results.
- Splunk Connect for Docker Logging Plugin
Splunk Connect for Docker is a Docker logging plug-in which extends and expands Dockers logging capabilities so that customers can push their container logs to their Splunk on-premise or cloud deployments.
- Sumo Logic – Sumo Logic Logging Plugin
You can use the Sumo Logic logging driver plugin to send Docker container logs to Sumo Logic's cloud-based service.