LogTrail - Log Viewer plugin for Kibana

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LogTrail is a plugin for Kibana to view, analyze, search and tail log events from multiple hosts in realtime with devops friendly interface inspired by Papertrail.

  • View, analyze and search log events from a centralized interface
  • Clean & simple devops friendly interface
  • Live tail
  • Filter aggregated logs by hosts and program
  • Quickly seek to logs based on time
  • Supports highlighting of search matches
  • Supports multiple Elasticsearch index patterns each with different schemas
  • Can be extended by adding additional fields to log event
  • Color coding of messages based on field values

https://github.com/sivasamyk/logtrail

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