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node-bunyan - a simple and fast JSON logging module for node.js services

  •    Javascript

Manifesto: Server logs should be structured. JSON's a good format. Let's do that. A log record is one line of JSON.stringify'd output. Let's also specify some common names for the requisite and common fields for a log record (see below).Stable. I do my best to follow semver: i.e. you should only need to worry about code breaking for a major version bump. Bunyan currently supports node 0.10 and greater. Follow @trentmick for updates to Bunyan.

koa-bunyan - Using node-bunyan as koa logging middleware

  •    Javascript

Using node-bunyan as koa logging middleware

gelf-stream - A node.js stream to send JS objects to a Graylog2 server (in GELF format)

  •    Javascript

A node.js stream to send JS objects to a Graylog2 server (in GELF format).Also provides a stream that can be used directly in Bunyan and provides a number of sane mappings.

node-bunyan-logentries - Bunyan logger stream for Logentries

  •    Javascript

Bunyan logger stream for Logentries.Note: the stream type must be raw.




winston-raven-sentry - The maintained and well-documented Raven/Sentry transport for the winston logger with support for Koa/Express/Passport

  •    Javascript

The maintained and well-documented Raven/Sentry transport for the winston logger with support for Koa/Express/Passport.This was designed as a complete and feature-packed drop-in replacement for 15+ unmaintained and poorly documented packages on NPM for sentry and raven winston loggers... such as winston-sentry, winston-raven, sentry-logger, etc.

werelogs - A logging library providing efficient raw logging in the form of JSON data.

  •    Javascript

This repository provides a NodeJS Library that aims to be an efficient logging library, reducing as much as possible the need to compute anything in NodeJS, and focusing on a simple I/O scheme. The goal here is to make the most of NodeJS's strengths, but relying on its I/O capacities, and avoiding any form of computation that is known to not be advantageous in Node.In order to contribute, please follow the Contributing Guidelines.

hapi-bunyan - Bunyan Hapi plugin

  •    Javascript

This a simple Bunyan plugin for Hapi. This work is licensed under the MIT License (see the LICENSE file).


messina - Pipe your Bunyan logs to Graylog2 with standard unix pipes

  •    Javascript

Route your app's event stream to a Graylog2 instance and get awesome. Uses the GELF format for rich logging. There are a few alternative approaches already published for getting bunyan-style logs into GELF format and out to Graylog2, bunyan-gelf and gelf-stream for example (messina in fact uses parts of gelf-stream internally).

bunyan-raven - Make raven-node and node-bunyan frieds. : )

  •    Javascript

BUNYAN-RAVEN is an objectMode stream.Writable implementation that expects node-bunyan log records and sends them to an instance of raven-node. Basically, this module lets you integrate your existing node-bunyan logs with getsentry.com nice and easy without having to rewrite any code except for where you initialize your node-bunyan logger.

splunk-bunyan-logger - A Bunyan stream for Splunk's HTTP Event Collector

  •    Javascript

This project provides a Bunyan stream for HTTP Event Collector in Splunk Enterprise and Splunk Cloud. First, update npm to the latest version by running: sudo npm install npm -g.

le_node - Node module for logentries.com

  •    Javascript

Allows you to send logs to your logentries account from Node or io.js. It might work with Browserify, too, but you would need to use shims for net and tls. Such shims do exist, based on forge, but I haven’t tested it. There’s a seperate client intended for use in the browser though, called le_js, which uses http and is optimized for browser-specific logging needs.

bunyan-mongodb-stream - A database stream for mongoose to save all logs into a mongodb instance

  •    Javascript

A stream implementation for the bunyan logger (https://github.com/trentm/node-bunyan). All log entries will be saved directly to your mongodb instance. It is a very lower level implementation and has no external dependencies. The implementation requires a mongoose model for saving the log-data in the mongodb instance.

bunyan-emailstream - Send email on bunyan log record

  •    Javascript

Send email on bunyan log record. This module is cheap way to send email on bunyan log record using nodemailer.

bunyan-loggly - A bunyan stream to send logs through to loggly

  •    Javascript

A bunyan stream to send logs through to loggly. bunyan-loggly uses node-loggly under the hood. As such, when configuring bunyan-loggly as a stream for bunyan, you need to pass in the standard and required node-loggly configuration object.

express-bunyan-logger - bunyan logger middleware for express

  •    Javascript

A express logger middleware powered by bunyan. This year as work content change, I have no spare time to maintaining the node modules, if anyone want to take or keep maintaining, just contact me via jky239@gmail.com with Title contains: "Wanted: npm package xxxx". Thx.

syslog2 - Syslog stream for Node.js

  •    Javascript

This module presents as a Node (streams2) writable stream, and outputs to Syslog. It supports structured data and minor interruption recovery (it will try a couple times to reconnect if your connection is dumped). It is written in pure Javascript, no native bindings (as far as I can tell, the native bindings syslog module on NPM just open a unix domain socket to /dev/log anyway). I wrote it because the available modules that I could find are basic, with poor tests, or otherwise lacking, and it didn't seem that there was anything available written to the full RFC 5424 specification. Syslog.create(options, callback) is a shortcut for new Syslog(options) followed by .connect(callback).

cwlogs-writable - Writable stream for AWS CloudWatch Logs

  •    Javascript

Writable stream for AWS CloudWatch Logs, inspired by bunyan-cloudwatch. Create and write to the stream.

browser-bunyan - An adaptation of, the Node logging library, Bunyan specifically for the browser.

  •    Javascript

This package is an adaptation of, the Node logging library, Bunyan but specifically for the browser. Although Bunyan does support being Browserified, it is still a bit bloated with features which aren't relevant in a browser environment. You can expect a Browserified and Gzipped node-bunyan to be around 27kb whereas browser-bunyan is 3.5kb, including its built-in log streams. With ES Modules and tree-shaking this can be reduced further.

heroku-logger - A dead simple logger, designed to be perfect for Heroku apps.

  •    Javascript

A dead simple logger, designed to be perfect for Heroku apps. Given an API which is what you'd expect...