winston-cloudwatch - Send logs to Amazon Cloudwatch using Winston.

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Send logs to Amazon Cloudwatch using Winston. AWS configuration works using ~/.aws/credentials as written in AWS JavaScript SDK guide.

https://github.com/lazywithclass/winston-cloudwatch

Dependencies:

async : ^2.1.5
aws-sdk : ^2.29.0
chalk : ^1.1.3
lodash : ^4.17.4
proxy-agent : ^2.0.0

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