Bootstrap meeting vote complete, confirmed meeting time: Mar 18, 10am Pacific Time / 1pm Eastern Time.
Meeting added to OpenTelemetry calendar.
Hey all, based on our discussions, I've started a document for housing agent evaluations and debating concerns for logging/telemetry agents.
A basic summary on our experiences with logging agents: * fluentd: Too slow, couldn't handle our volume at any reasonable resource usage * fluentbit: Buggy. They've since fixed their broken JSON handling but there's probably other issues * filebeat: Doesn't handle rotation and deletion properly All but filebeat also had the issue where it would buffer internally if its sink went down, rather than backpressuring to its source. ie. if you're reading from a file, but you can't send the data right now, you read from the file and put it in a new file instead of just...waiting before reading more from the file IMO agents should be as simple as possible and do the bare minimum to get the data off the node into somewhere more robust (eg. message queue). Then any transforms or extra cross-referencing should be a seperate processing step.