Telemetry Collector is currently available in all regions except for Japan and Australia. If you’re located in these regions, you can use’s data shippers to send your data.

To start sending your Kubernetes data through the Telemetry Collector, you’ll need the following:

  • Admin privileges in your account
  • Outgoing traffic to destination ports 8053 and 8071 allowed

If you’re unsure whether traffic is allowed to these ports, continue the process, and will notify you if access is restricted.

Navigate to Send your data, and click on Start collecting.

To configure the Telemetry Collector, you must be logged into your main account.

Start collecting button

Select your platform

Select the platform through which you’d like to ship your data. Then, if required, select the relevant sub-type.

Select platform

Select data sources

Next, select the data sources. Hover over each source to see the type of data it collects and processes.

You’ll have to manually define auto-instrumentation to collect your Distributed Tracing through’s Telemetry Collector.

Select data source

Define your collector

Choose a name and write a description to help identify the collector.

Under Accounts, you can review the Logs, Metrics, and Tracing accounts to which the Telemetry Collector will send the data. If you don’t have an existing account, you’ll be able to review the account’s name before continuing.

Click Generate snippet to continue.

Define collector

Next, review your collector. The Summary, located on the left side of the screen, includes all of the data in the collector.

Choose a platform

Choose the platform on which you want to run the Telemetry Collector. You can choose between Mac, Windows, or Linux.

  • Mac users - Copy the snippet and run it in your terminal.
  • Windows users - Copy the snippet and run it in your PowerShell x64 as Administrator (Note that PowerShell x86 and PowerShell ISE are currently not supported).
  • Linux users - Copy the snippet and run it in your command line.

Some platforms might require additional details, such as admin privileges or passwords to complete the installation. These details are not sent to or stored by

Review collector

Run the Telemetry Collector

The Telemetry Collector will create all setters needed for the Helm install command to install Helm chart and deploy the chart with the relevant parameters. Once running, the Telemetry Collector will continuously collect the relevant data from your end, and you’ll be able to view and manage it in

You can review the complete list of parameters and commands that runs in the background on the Logzio Monitoring GitHub repository.

Collect data

That’s it! It might take a while for the Telemetry Collector to get up and running, after which you’ll be able to view your logs, metrics, or traces and get full observability into your system.

Manage your Telemetry Collector:

To manage a Kubernetes Telemetry Collector, you can use the following commands:

Show Helm Status: helm status -n monitoring logzio-monitoring
Get Pods: kubectl get pods -n monitoring
Show Pod’s Logs: kubectl logs <<POD_NAME>> -n monitoring
Show Pod’s Info: kubectl describe pod <<POD_NAME>> -n monitoring

Replace <<POD_NAME>> with your pod’s name.

If you’re running your Kubernetes Telemetry Collector from a Windows machine, you can use the following commands to gain access to the Helm chart and’s logs: Helm: C:\Users\<<USERNAME>>\AppData\Roaming\LogzioAgent\LogzioKubernetes\logzio_helm.txt Telemetry Collector Logs: C:\Users\<<USERNAME>>\AppData\Roaming\LogzioAgent\logzio_agent.log
Install Helm: Invoke-Expression -Command (Get-Content -Path C:\Users\<<USERNAME>>\AppData\Roaming\LogzioAgent\LogzioKubernetes\logzio_helm.txt)
Uninstall Helm: helm uninstall -n monitoring logzio-monitoring

Replace <<USERNAME>> with your Windows user name.

If you have additional questions about managing your Telemetry Collector, contact’s Support team.

Remove your Telemetry Collector:

You can uninstall your Telemetry Collector from Kubernetes by running the following snippet in the same platform you’ve used to install it:

helm uninstall -n monitoring logzio-monitoring

  • Mac - Run the snippet in your terminal.
  • Windows - Run the snippet in your PowerShell x64 as Administrator.
  • Linux - Run the snippet in your command line.

This snippet removes the collector from and stops sending your data. Of course, you can always create a new collector or use’s Send your data to ship your data.

If you have additional questions about managing your Telemetry Collector, contact’s Support team.

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