The Sumo Logic App for Docker provides operational insight into your Docker containers. The App includes Dashboards that allow you to view your container performance statistics for CPU, memory, and the network. It also provides visibility into container events such as start, stop, and other important commands.
Collecting Data from Docker Containers
There are several ways you can use Sumo with Docker:
- Use Sumo Collector's Docker sources for logs and stats. With this option, you can deploy a containers collector, or use an installed collector:
- Containerized collector—Run a Docker container with a Sumo collector and the Sumo Docker log and Docker stats sources on each Docker host. This approach enables you to collect Docker container logs, events, and stats, and supports the Sumo app for Docker. This approach is good if you prefer to deploy the collector in a container. For more information, see https://github.com/SumoLogic/sumologic-collector-docker.
- Installed Collector with Docker log and stats Sources—Collect data from Docker using an installed collector and Sumo’s Docker log source and Docker stats source. This approach enables you to collect Docker container logs, events, and stats, and supports the Sumo app for Docker. For more information, see Collect Logs and Stats from Docker.
- Use Sumo Docker logging driver plugin—Use the Sumo logging driver plugin to send Docker container logs to Sumo. Once your log data is in Sumo, you can use the Sumo web app to search and analyze your log data. This is a good option if you do not want to run a collector on your Docker hosts. The plugin is Sumo-supported. For more information, see https://github.com/SumoLogic/sumologic-docker-logging-driver.