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watchtower - Python CloudWatch Logging: Log Analytics and Application Intelligence

  •    Python

Watchtower is a log handler for Amazon Web Services CloudWatch Logs. CloudWatch Logs is a log management service built into AWS. It is conceptually similar to services like Splunk and Loggly, but is more lightweight, cheaper, and tightly integrated with the rest of AWS.

fluent-plugin-cloudwatch-logs - CloudWatch Logs Plugin for Fluentd

  •    Ruby

This plugin uses fluent-mixin-config-placeholders and you can use addtional variables such as %{hostname}, %{uuid}, etc. These variables are useful to put hostname in log_stream_name.

apilogs - Easy logging and debugging for Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda Serverless APIs

  •    Python

apilogs is a fork of the excellent awslogs project with specific customizations suited to querying and streaming logs for Serverless APIs using Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda. Simply provide an API Gateway API ID and Stage name and apilogs will automatically aggregate log events from all log streams for your API Gateway API as well as all Lambda function log streams attached to your API.




cloudwatch-elk - AWS CloudWatch Logs to ELK

  •    Groovy

AWS CloudWatch to ELK is a command line interface (CLI) to extract events from Amazon CloudWatch logs and load them into a local Elasticsearch/Logstash/Kibana (ELK) cluster. CloudWatch logs are not easy to read and analyse. It's not possible to aggregate the logs from different streams or use full text search capabilities.

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.

fluent-plugin-cloudwatch-ingest - Alternative to ryotarai/fluent-plugin-cloudwatch-logs for ingesting AWS Cloudwatch logs via fluentd

  •    Ruby

I am no longer actively using this plugin and am looking for maintainers. In my experience Cloudwatch Log Subscriptions are vastly superior to external API consumers, which are subject to limiting and state synchronization issues. The plugin will assume an IAM instance role. Without either of the sts_* options that role will be used for authentication. With those set the plugin will attempt to sts:AssumeRole the sts_arn. This is useful for fetching logs from many accounts where the fluentd infrastructure lives in one single account.

utern - Multi group and stream log tailing for AWS CloudWatch Logs.

  •    Go

The “best of best” way to tail AWS CloudWatch Logs from your terminal. Utern allows you to tail log events from multiple log groups and log streams on AWS CloudWatch Logs. Each result is color coded for quicker debugging. Inspired by stern.


cloudwatchlogs-agent - AWS CloudWatch Logs Agent written in Go with zero runtime dependencies

  •    Go

AWS CloudWatch Logs Agent written in Go with zero runtime dependencies optimized to run within Boxfuse instances. This agent is released under the The MIT License (MIT).

cloudwatchlogs-java-appender - Java log appender for AWS CloudWatch Logs when running within Boxfuse instances

  •    Java

The Boxfuse Java log appender for AWS CloudWatch Logs is a Logback and Log4J2 appender that ships your log events directly and securely to AWS CloudWatch Logs via HTTPS. All log events are structured and standardized. Each Boxfuse environment maps to an AWS CloudWatch Logs LogGroup which contains one LogStream per application.

cloudwatch-logger - Connects standard input to Amazon CloudWatch Logs

  •    Go

A simple tool to connect the standard input stream to Amazon CloudWatch. If the -t option is specified, the input will also be copied to standard output.

terraform-aws-cloudwatch-logs - Terraform Module to Provide a CloudWatch Logs Endpoint

  •    HCL

Terraform module for creation of CloudWatch Log Streams and Log Groups for use with Fluentd. This project is part of our comprehensive "SweetOps" approach towards DevOps.

cistern - Event aggregation and indexing system

  •    Go

Cistern is an event aggregation and indexing system. Cistern consumes VPC Flow Logs and JSON events from AWS CloudWatch Logs and exposes a SQL-like querying interface. The official documentation is available on the Cistern website.

terraform-aws-cloudwatch-flow-logs - Terraform module for enabling flow logs for vpc and subnets.

  •    HCL

Terraform module for enabling flow logs for vpc and subnets. This project is part of our comprehensive "SweetOps" approach towards DevOps.

fluent-plugin-cloudwatch-logs - CloudWatch Logs Plugin for Fluentd

  •    Ruby

This plugin uses fluent-mixin-config-placeholders and you can use addtional variables such as %{hostname}, %{uuid}, etc. These variables are useful to put hostname in log_stream_name.