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Login to your KeyCDN dashboard and go to “Account Settings” –> “Edit Log Settings”
Enter the following settings:
- Status: “enabled” - Destination Server: your-logstash-host - Destination Port: your-port
Select save and wait a couple of minutes and your logs will start to appear in kibana
KeyCDN is a content delivery network (CDN) that offers one of the lowest priced solutions in the content delivery marketplace. Their CDN allows you to deliver content to your visitors at a much faster rate than traditional image/content serving methods.
Their platform is home to advanced features including real-time analytics, two factor authentication, Let’s Encrypt SSL and HTTP/2 compatibility. KeyCDN is a popular solution which is only helped by their many ready to launch integrations for Magento, WordPress, Drupal and a whole host of additional site hosting services.
KeyCDN logs contain vital information on how each HTTP request is sent to the service. These logs include all of the following fields; HTTP Status Code, IP, POP, User & Zone ID, Organisation and TLS Version used, as well as many other additional fields.
KeyCDN created log files are not automatically parsed, their data is formatted as raw unstructured text that requires processing in an external tool such as Logstash. When you're tracking in excess of ten different metrics per log line, it is easy to see why this would be hard to analyse without an external system.
Thanks to our hosted log management platform providing Logstash, Elasticsearch & Kibana, Logit.io makes parsing and analysing your KeyCDN logs easy and efficient.
If you need any further assistance in sending your logs from KeyCDN to Logstash we're here to help. Simply get in touch by reaching out to our support team via live chat and we’ll reply shortly.