Docker images for Logstash are available from the Elastic Docker registry. The base image is ubuntu:20.04.
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Obtaining Logstash for Docker is as simple as issuing a
pull command against the Elastic Docker registry.
However, version 8.10.0 of Logstash has not yet been released, so no Docker image is currently available for this version.
Although it’s optional, we highly recommend verifying the signatures included with your downloaded Docker images to ensure that the images are valid.
Elastic images are signed with Cosign which is part of the Sigstore project. Cosign supports container signing, verification, and storage in an OCI registry. Install the appropriate Cosign application for your operating system.
Run the following commands to verify the container image signature for Logstash v8.10.0:
Version 8.10.0 of Logstash has not yet been released, so no Docker image is currently available for this version.