Meetup #9: Kubernetes logging techniques with a touch of LogSense help


Jun 11, 2019, 4:30 – 6:30 PM

In-person event

About this event

Attention: Talk 1 will be done as usually (either Polish or English - depending on audience), Talk 2 however ("A Practical Guide to Cloud-Native") will be conducted in Polish.


Talk 1: “Kubernetes logging techniques with a touch of LogSense help” by Marcin Stożek


Kubernetes helps us run our applications across multiple nodes using the standardized, declarative way. While we don’t need to think about where our applications are run physically, we still want to have some insights into how they behave. But we are no longer allowed to log into a specific node and just “read the logs” as it does not make much sense. We need to have a proper, automated solution. Kubernetes allows us to use different techniques to achieve this goal. Let’s take a look at these techniques and their pros and cons. Once we have those logs, from multiple different applications where each logs things differently — what’s next? This talk also will provide real-life examples of how LogSense works to make sense of all Kubernetes logs, regardless of the format or structure.


Marcin Stożek: Software developer and devops by day, Hacker News addict by night. Remote work enthusiast. My programming journey started with a copy-book and a pencil in second grade — I needed to calculate bytes for a picture shown by C64. Since then I was involved in many different projects — ranging from security in message queues to Hadoop, from monolith to microservices. I like automation and believe that Linux is the best thing since sliced bread. Well, maybe after Vim.

Talk 2: "A Practical Guide to Cloud-Native" by Piotr Szwed


There is a revolution happening in whole IT world - from containerisation, DevOps, microservices to cloud in general, Kubernetes & service meshes. I would like to focus on broad subject of Cloud Native - from history to current trends. Goal of the presentation is to provide an understanding on where local Polish companies stand, what we do right and what we do wrong, what steps need to be undertaken to move closer to Cloud Native model and how to convince your surrounding (e.g. your boss) that it is the right move.


Piotr Szwed: CEO and a co-founder of a start-up focused on: Cloud Native, Kubernetes & Serverless. Started as a DevOps consultant over 15 years ago and spent most of the career in Programmable Infrastructure, Automation, DevOps and Configuration Management fields.


VirtusLab ( is the founding sponsor of Kraków Cloud Native Group.

LogSense ( is the sponsor of this event.



Tuesday, June 11, 2019
4:30 PM – 6:30 PM UTC


  • Paweł Piwosz


    Developer Advocate

  • Maciej Gołaszewski