For my recent talk at .NET Conf Madrid I managed to install Elastic Search, Fluentd and Kibana (EFK) as a logging solution for the AKS cluster I used in my demos.

The fact is that such deployment was possible thanks to Tim Park and his post Logging with Fluentd, ElasticSearch, and Kibana (EFK) on Kubernetes on Azure where I learned that to effectively deploy EFK on AKS I would have to tweak the resource definitions found in the Kubernetes project.

I followed Tim’s advice and took it to the next level creating my first Helm chart: efk-aks so now you can deploy the EFK stack on AKS using Helm.

Feel free to get the Helm chart here.