ELK logging in microservices architecture
I am implementing centralized logging for all of my microservices using ELK. My doubt is whether I will have to create separate index for each microservice or a single index for all the microservices logs. My research so far shows that single common index for all the microservices make sense for centralized logging to achieve searches across microservices. Also I learnt that too many indices are a bit of overhead in elasticsearch. So I would like to hear from someone experienced I have already this question in Software recommendations https://softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/questions/42338/elk-logging-in-microservice-architecture
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