Getting Started with the LOGIQ PaaS Community Edition

If you’ve been looking for an inexpensive way to run your own observability stack while maintaining complete control over your data and its security, look no further. The LOGIQ PaaS Community Edition is officially live!

Before you begin

Add the LOGIQ Helm repository

helm repo add logiq-repo https://logiqai.github.io/helm-charts
helm install <deployment_name> logiq-repo/<chart_name>
helm search repo logiq-repo
$ helm repo update $ helm search repo logiq-repo NAME CHART VERSION APP VERSION DESCRIPTION logiq-repo/logiq 2.2.11 2.1.11 LOGIQ Observability HELM chart for Kubernetes
helm repo update

Create a namespace to deploy LOGIQ PaaS

kubectl create namespace logiq

Prepare your Values file

helm install logiq --namespace logiq --set global.persistence.storageClass=<storage_class_name> logiq-repo/logiq -f values.small.yaml

Read and accept the EULA

Latest LOGIQ PaaS component versions

Install LOGIQ PaaS

helm install logiq --namespace logiq --set global.persistence.storageClass=<storage class name> logiq-repo/logiq

Turning log data into real time insights. Real-time log aggregation and analysis to any S3 compatible object-store| Eliminate Cost Per GB | www.logiq.ai

Turning log data into real time insights. Real-time log aggregation and analysis to any S3 compatible object-store| Eliminate Cost Per GB | www.logiq.ai