I was following this tutorial right here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/kinesisvideostreams/latest/dg/examples-rtsp.html and I’ve managed to create docker image successfully: [100%] Linking CXX executable kvs_gstreamer_multistream_sample [100%] Built target kvs_gstreamer_multistream_sample Removing intermediate container 37d7490a2739 —> ad3e31c322f1 Step 7/11 : COPY start_rtsp_in_docker.sh /opt/amazon-kinesis-video-streams-producer-sdk-cpp/build/ —> abad1e5ff4d0 Step 8/11 : ENV JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.8.0-openjdk-amd64/ —> Running in 45e2d4d7fea1 Removing intermediate container 45e2d4d7fea1 —> d36b2e92ef3c Step ..
We have a high-scale API that’s currently logging specifically information locally to a syslog facility, which gets routed to a unique file (e.g. /var/log/local5.log). These logs are serialized as JSON and then picked up by the AWS Kinesis agent and sent to a Kinesis firehose. Containerizing the API is pretty straight forward, but the local ..
I have a NodeJs app that consumes kinesis stream data using KCL for NodeJs. This app is run as a docker container in AWS ECS. The log driver is configured to cloudwatch logs. I want a way to get the thread dump for this app. This is how I start the consumer app const child ..
I have created a kinesis producer that runs in main function that puts data in kinesis stream and later on I call Kinesis consumer. I debugged the code and understood that kinesis requires dynamodb to save the lease information. The very first time it creates the table but when I try to get data from ..