Learn how to access and search the audit logs for your Oracle Cloud Container operations. These logs give you detailed insights into what is happening with your cluster infrastructure. You will use both the web console and the REST API.
Efficiency and performance in the cloud can help you save costs and provide the best experience to those you serve. In this course, Monitoring Container Operations in Oracle Cloud Container Engine for Kubernetes, you will gain the ability to monitor and audit your container operations in Oracle Cloud. First, you will learn how to access the audit logs. Next, you will discover how to search and analyze information from the audit logs. Finally, you will explore how to connect to the REST API to monitor and manage work requests. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to monitor cluster events in the web console or REST API and access the information you need for visibility into your Oracle Cloud container operations.
Craig has over 15 years of software development on a variety of teams, including Fidelity.com, Overstock.com, F-16 aircraft, and several startups. Craig is passionate about solving problems with the right tools and enjoys teaching and mentoring others so they can save time and accomplish their goals faster.
Course Overview (Music) Hi everyone. My name is Craig Golightly, and welcome to my course, Monitoring Container Operations in Oracle Cloud Container Engine for Kubernetes. I am a senior software consultant. You have your application running in the Oracle Cloud Container Engine for Kubernetes. What do you do when something goes wrong and you need to investigate events related to the cluster configuration? Better yet, how can you be proactive in monitoring actions that can affect your container operations? In this course, we are going to explore the auditing features for your Kubernetes cluster running in Oracle Cloud Container Engine and the tools available to access audit log information. Some of the major topics that we will cover include audit log policies and configuration, searching the audit log, audit log events, exporting the audit log, and the REST API for work requests. By the end of this course, you will be able to monitor cluster events in the web console or REST API and export the information you need for visibility into your cluster operations. Before beginning the course you should have a cluster deployed in the Oracle Cloud Container Engine for Kubernetes. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about monitoring and auditing container operations with the Monitoring Container Operations in Oracle Cloud Container Engine for Kubernetes course at Pluralsight.