pino-elasticsearch - 🌲 load pino logs into Elasticsearch

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Load pino logs into Elasticsearch.You can then use Kibana to browse and visualize your logs.

https://github.com/pinojs/pino-elasticsearch#readme

Dependencies:

aws-sdk : ^2.133.0
elasticsearch : ^13.3.1
fast-json-parse : ^1.0.3
http-aws-es : ^3.1.0
minimist : ^1.2.0
pump : ^1.0.2
readable-stream : ^2.3.3
split2 : ^2.2.0

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