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Apache Logstash Configuration

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Apache to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via Apache to your ELK stack

Apache

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Apache to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Auditbeat

Auditbeat is an open source shipping agent that lets you ship audit data to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Auditbeat to your ELK stack

Auditbeat

Auditbeat is an open source shipping agent that lets you ship audit data to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Filebeat Configuration

Filebeat is an open source shipping agent that lets you ship logs from local files to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Filebeat to your ELK stack

Filebeat

Filebeat is an open source shipping agent that lets you ship logs from local files to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Elastic Heartbeat Configuration

Heartbeat is a lightweight shipping agent used to monitor the health of services running on the host. The results can then be shipped to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Heartbeat to your ELK stack

Heartbeat

Heartbeat is a lightweight shipping agent used to monitor the health of services running on the host. The results can then be shipped to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Metricbeat Configuration

Metricbeat is an open-source shipping agent used to collect and ship operating system and service metrics to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Metricbeat to your ELK stack

Metricbeat

Metricbeat is an open-source shipping agent used to collect and ship operating system and service metrics to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Nginx Logstash Configuration

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from a NGINX web server to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via NGINX to your ELK stack

NGINX

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from a NGINX web server to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Docker

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Docker containers to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via Docker to your ELK stack

Docker

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Docker containers to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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All Sources

Logs

Shippers

Ship logs to Logstash using popular lightweight beats including Filebeat, Auditbeat and Metricbeat.

Auditbeat

Auditbeat is an open source shipping agent that lets you ship audit data to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Auditbeat to your ELK stack

Auditbeat

Auditbeat is an open source shipping agent that lets you ship audit data to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Filebeat Configuration

Filebeat is an open source shipping agent that lets you ship logs from local files to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Filebeat to your ELK stack

Filebeat

Filebeat is an open source shipping agent that lets you ship logs from local files to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Fluentd

Fluentd is an open source data collector which can be used to collect event logs from multiple sources. It filters, buffers and transforms the data before forwarding to one or more destinations, including Logstash

Send data via Fluentd to your ELK stack

Fluentd

Fluentd is an open source data collector which can be used to collect event logs from multiple sources. It filters, buffers and transforms the data before forwarding to one or more destinations, including Logstash

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Elastic Heartbeat Configuration

Heartbeat is a lightweight shipping agent used to monitor the health of services running on the host. The results can then be shipped to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Heartbeat to your ELK stack

Heartbeat

Heartbeat is a lightweight shipping agent used to monitor the health of services running on the host. The results can then be shipped to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Logstash Configuration

All Logit ELK Stacks include highly available hosted Logstash instances, removing the need for installing and maintaining your own Logstash server. We understand that some customers might have a specific requirement to use Logstash locally to ship logs and so provide steps below to configure this integration.

Send data via Logstash to your ELK stack

Logstash

All Logit ELK Stacks include highly available hosted Logstash instances, removing the need for installing and maintaining your own Logstash server. We understand that some customers might have a specific requirement to use Logstash locally to ship logs and so provide steps below to configure this integration.

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Metricbeat Configuration

Metricbeat is an open-source shipping agent used to collect and ship operating system and service metrics to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Metricbeat to your ELK stack

Metricbeat

Metricbeat is an open-source shipping agent used to collect and ship operating system and service metrics to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Packetbeat Configuration Example

Packetbeat is a network package analyser used to capture network traffic. It can be used to extract useful fields of information from network transactions before shipping them to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Packetbeat to your ELK stack

Packetbeat

Packetbeat is a network package analyser used to capture network traffic. It can be used to extract useful fields of information from network transactions before shipping them to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Winlogbeat Configuration

Winlogbeat is a Windows specific event-log shipping agent installed as a Windows service. It can be used to collect and send event logs to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Winlogbeat to your ELK stack

Winlogbeat

Winlogbeat is a Windows specific event-log shipping agent installed as a Windows service. It can be used to collect and send event logs to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Applications

Ship popular application server logs to Logstash and centralise in Elasticsearch including Apache and NGINX.

ActiveMQ

Ship ActiveMQ application logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via ActiveMQ to your ELK stack

ActiveMQ

Ship ActiveMQ application logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Apache Logstash Configuration

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Apache to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via Apache to your ELK stack

Apache

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Apache to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Auditd

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Auditd to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via Auditd to your ELK stack

Auditd

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Auditd to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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HAProxy

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from HAProxy to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via HAProxy to your ELK stack

HAProxy

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from HAProxy to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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IIS Log Configuration

Use Filebeat to ship logs from IIS applications to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via IIS to your ELK stack

IIS

Use Filebeat to ship logs from IIS applications to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Kong

Send your kong application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash

Send data via Kong to your ELK stack

Kong

Send your kong application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash

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Kafka

Ship Kafka application logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Kafka to your ELK stack

Kafka

Ship Kafka application logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Mulesoft

Ship Mule application logging entries to Logstash and Elasticsearch using Socket Appender

Send data via Mulesoft to your ELK stack

Mulesoft

Ship Mule application logging entries to Logstash and Elasticsearch using Socket Appender

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MySQL Logs

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from MySQL to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via MySQL to your ELK stack

MySQL

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from MySQL to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Nginx Logstash Configuration

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from a NGINX web server to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via NGINX to your ELK stack

NGINX

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from a NGINX web server to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Postgresql Logs

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from PostgreSQL to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via PostgreSQL to your ELK stack

PostgreSQL

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from PostgreSQL to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Redis

Send Redis application/access/error logs to your Hosted ELK Logstash instance

Send data via Redis to your ELK stack

Redis

Send Redis application/access/error logs to your Hosted ELK Logstash instance

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Logstash Rabbitmq App Configuration

Send RabbitMQ application/access/error logs to your Hosted ELK Logstash instance.

Send data via RabbitMQ to your ELK stack

RabbitMQ

Send RabbitMQ application/access/error logs to your Hosted ELK Logstash instance.

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Languages & Libraries

Send logs from popular languages, libraries and frameworks to Logstash including Java, Node and Serilog.

.NET

Ship logs from your .NET application to Logstash.

Send data via .NET to your ELK stack

.NET

Ship logs from your .NET application to Logstash.

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Serilog .NET Core Configuration

Send your .Net Core application/access/error logs to Logstash.

Send data via .NET Core to your ELK stack

.NET Core

Send your .Net Core application/access/error logs to Logstash.

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Golang Logging

Configure your GoLang application to send logs to Logstash & Elasticsearch.

Send data via GoLang to your ELK stack

GoLang

Configure your GoLang application to send logs to Logstash & Elasticsearch.

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Java

Send your Java application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Java to your ELK stack

Java

Send your Java application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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log4net

Send your log4net application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via log4net to your ELK stack

log4net

Send your log4net application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Nlog Logstash Setup

Ship logs from your .NET application to Logstash.

Send data via NLog to your ELK stack

NLog

Ship logs from your .NET application to Logstash.

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Winston Logstash Config For Node.js

Send your Node.js application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Node.js to your ELK stack

Node.js

Send your Node.js application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Logstash Python Configuration Example

Send Python application logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Python to your ELK stack

Python

Send Python application logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Logstash Ruby Example

Send Ruby application logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Ruby to your ELK stack

Ruby

Send Ruby application logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Serilog

Send Serilog application logs to your Hosted ELK Logstash instance.

Send data via Serilog to your ELK stack

Serilog

Send Serilog application logs to your Hosted ELK Logstash instance.

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Message Queues

Send and centralise logs from popular message queues in Logstash and Elasticsearch including ActiveMQ, Kafka and RabbitMQ.

ActiveMQ Logs

Send your ActiveMQ message queue logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via ActiveMQ to your ELK stack

ActiveMQ

Send your ActiveMQ message queue logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Kafka

Ship topics from a Kafka message queue to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Kafka to your ELK stack

Kafka

Ship topics from a Kafka message queue to Logit.io via Logstash.

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MSMQ

Message Queuing (MSMQ) technology enables applications running at different times to communicate across heterogeneous networks and systems that may be temporarily offline.

Send data via MSMQ to your ELK stack

MSMQ

Message Queuing (MSMQ) technology enables applications running at different times to communicate across heterogeneous networks and systems that may be temporarily offline.

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RabbitMQ Logs

Ship Logs from a Rabbit message queue to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via RabbitMQ to your ELK stack

RabbitMQ

Ship Logs from a Rabbit message queue to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Redis

Ship logs from a Redis queue to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Redis to your ELK stack

Redis

Ship logs from a Redis queue to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Platforms

Send and centralise application platform logs in Logstash and Elasticsearch including AppHarbor, Cloud Foundry and Google Cloud.

AppHarbor

Ship AppHarbor access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via AppHarbor to your ELK stack

AppHarbor

Ship AppHarbor access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Azure

Send your Azure application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Azure to your ELK stack

Azure

Send your Azure application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Cloud Foundry

Ship Pivotal Cloud Foundry access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Cloud Foundry to your ELK stack

Cloud Foundry

Ship Pivotal Cloud Foundry access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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EngineYard

Send your EngineYard application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via EngineYard to your ELK stack

EngineYard

Send your EngineYard application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Fastly

Send your Fastly application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Fastly to your ELK stack

Fastly

Send your Fastly application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Google Cloud

Send Google Cloud stack driver logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Google Cloud to your ELK stack

Google Cloud

Send Google Cloud stack driver logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Heroku Logging Configuration

Send Heroku logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Heroku to your ELK stack

Heroku

Send Heroku logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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KeyCDN

Send KeyCDN logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via KeyCDN to your ELK stack

KeyCDN

Send KeyCDN logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Amazon Web Services

Ship AWS application and infrastructure logs to Logstash and Elasticsearch including CloudFront and S3.

CloudFront

Send Amazon CloudFront logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via CloudFront to your ELK stack

CloudFront

Send Amazon CloudFront logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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CloudTrail

Send Amazon CloudTrail logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via CloudTrail to your ELK stack

CloudTrail

Send Amazon CloudTrail logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Amazon ELB Application

Send Amazon ELB application logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via ELB Application to your ELK stack

ELB Application

Send Amazon ELB application logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Amazon ELB Classic

Send data via ELB Classic to your ELK stack

ELB Classic

S3 Logstash Configuration

Send your Amazon S3 application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via S3 to your ELK stack

S3

Send your Amazon S3 application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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VPC Flow Log Setup

Send Amazon VPC logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via VPC Flow Logs to your ELK stack

VPC Flow Logs

Send Amazon VPC logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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RDS

Send Amazon RDS logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via RDS to your ELK stack

RDS

Send Amazon RDS logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Containerisation

Ship logs from common container-orchestration systems to Logstash including Kubernetes, Docker and Rancher.

Mesos

Send your Mesos application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Mesos to your ELK stack

Mesos

Send your Mesos application/access/error logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Docker

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Docker containers to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via Docker to your ELK stack

Docker

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Docker containers to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Rancher

Send Rancher container application, access & error logs to Logstash.

Send data via Rancher to your ELK stack

Rancher

Send Rancher container application, access & error logs to Logstash.

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Kubernetes Logging

Filebeat is a lightweight shipper that enables you to send your Kubernetes logs to Logstash and Elasticsearch. Configure Filebeat using the pre-defined examples below to start sending and analysing your Kubernetes logs.

Send data via Kubernetes to your ELK stack

Kubernetes

Filebeat is a lightweight shipper that enables you to send your Kubernetes logs to Logstash and Elasticsearch. Configure Filebeat using the pre-defined examples below to start sending and analysing your Kubernetes logs.

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Operating Systems

Ship popular operating system logs to Logstash and Elasticsearch including Debian and Red Hat.

CentOS System Log Files

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Centos Systems to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via CentOS to your ELK stack

CentOS

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Centos Systems to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Debian

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Debian Systems to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via Debian to your ELK stack

Debian

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Debian Systems to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Mac System Log Files

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from macOS Systems to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via macOS to your ELK stack

macOS

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from macOS Systems to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Solaris Logging Setup

Configure syslog to ship logs from Solaris Systems to Logstash.

Send data via Solaris to your ELK stack

Solaris

Configure syslog to ship logs from Solaris Systems to Logstash.

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Ubuntu System Logs

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Ubuntu Systems to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via Ubuntu to your ELK stack

Ubuntu

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Ubuntu Systems to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Windows Winlogbeat Setup

Winlogbeat is a Windows specific event-log shipping agent installed as a Windows service. It can be used to collect and send event logs to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

Send data via Windows to your ELK stack

Windows

Winlogbeat is a Windows specific event-log shipping agent installed as a Windows service. It can be used to collect and send event logs to one or more destinations, including Logstash.

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Red Hat (RHEL) System Logs

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Red Hat Systems to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

Send data via Red Hat to your ELK stack

Red Hat

Configure Filebeat to ship logs from Red Hat Systems to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

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Protocols

Send logs using common protocols to Logstash and centralise in Elasticsearch including Syslog and TCP.

GELF

Send Gelf logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via GELF to your ELK stack

GELF

Send Gelf logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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HTTP/S

Send HTTP/S logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via HTTP/S to your ELK stack

HTTP/S

Send HTTP/S logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Lumberjack

Send Lumberjack logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Lumberjack to your ELK stack

Lumberjack

Send Lumberjack logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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TCP

Ship logs using TCP to Logstash

Send data via TCP to your ELK stack

TCP

Ship logs using TCP to Logstash

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UDP

Send UDP logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via UDP to your ELK stack

UDP

Send UDP logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Syslog

Send Syslog logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via Syslog to your ELK stack

Syslog

Send Syslog logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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Data Types

Ship different data type formats to Logstash and Elasticsearch.

JSON

Send JSON logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

Send data via JSON to your ELK stack

JSON

Send JSON logs to Logit.io via Logstash.

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File Upload

Send logs to Logstash with openssl over TLS

Send data via File Upload to your ELK stack

File Upload

Send logs to Logstash with openssl over TLS

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Metrics

Apache Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Apache HTTPD servers by collecting metrics running on the Apache server.

Send data via Apache Metrics to your ELK stack

Apache Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Apache HTTPD servers by collecting metrics running on the Apache server.

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HTTP Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting HTTP endpoint server metrics.

Send data via HTTP Metrics to your ELK stack

HTTP Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting HTTP endpoint server metrics.

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Kafka Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Kafka servers by collecting metrics running on the Kafka server.

Send data via Kafka Metrics to your ELK stack

Kafka Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Kafka servers by collecting metrics running on the Kafka server.

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Kubernetes Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor Kubernetes by collecting metrics from the containers running on the host system.

Send data via Kubernetes Metrics to your ELK stack

Kubernetes Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor Kubernetes by collecting metrics from the containers running on the host system.

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MongoDB Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your MongoDB servers by collecting metrics running on the MongoDB server.

Send data via MongoDB Metrics to your ELK stack

MongoDB Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your MongoDB servers by collecting metrics running on the MongoDB server.

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RabbitMQ Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor RabbitMQ server by collecting metrics running on the Redis server.

Send data via RabbitMQ Metrics to your ELK stack

RabbitMQ Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor RabbitMQ server by collecting metrics running on the Redis server.

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NGINX Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your NGINX web servers by collecting metrics running on the NGINX server.

Send data via NGINX Metrics to your ELK stack

NGINX Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your NGINX web servers by collecting metrics running on the NGINX server.

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Redis Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Redis servers by collecting metrics running on the Redis server.

Send data via Redis Metrics to your ELK stack

Redis Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Redis servers by collecting metrics running on the Redis server.

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MySql Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your MySql database server by collecting metrics running on the MySql server.

Send data via MySql Metrics to your ELK stack

MySql Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your MySql database server by collecting metrics running on the MySql server.

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System Metrics for CentOS

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the CentOS server.

Send data via System Metrics for CentOS to your ELK stack

System Metrics for CentOS

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the CentOS server.

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System Metrics for Debian

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the Debian server.

Send data via System Metrics for Debian to your ELK stack

System Metrics for Debian

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the Debian server.

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System Metrics for Red Hat (RHEL)

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the Redhat server.

Send data via System Metrics for Red Hat to your ELK stack

System Metrics for Red Hat

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the Redhat server.

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System Metrics for Ubuntu

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the Ubuntu server.

Send data via System Metrics for Ubuntu to your ELK stack

System Metrics for Ubuntu

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the Ubuntu server.

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System Metrics for Windows

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the Windows server.

Send data via System Metrics for Windows to your ELK stack

System Metrics for Windows

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the Windows server.

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Windows Service Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Windows server by collecting metrics from services and performance counters running on the Windows server.

Send data via Windows Service Metrics to your ELK stack

Windows Service Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Windows server by collecting metrics from services and performance counters running on the Windows server.

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uWSGI Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your uWSGI servers by collecting metrics from the uWSGI server.

Send data via uWSGI Metrics to your ELK stack

uWSGI Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your uWSGI servers by collecting metrics from the uWSGI server.

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Apache ZooKeeper Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Apache ZooKeeper servers by collecting metrics running on the Apache ZooKeeper server.

Send data via Apache ZooKeeper Metrics to your ELK stack

Apache ZooKeeper Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Apache ZooKeeper servers by collecting metrics running on the Apache ZooKeeper server.

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PostgreSQL Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your PostgreSQL database server by collecting metrics running on the PostgreSQL server.

Send data via PostgreSQL Metrics to your ELK stack

PostgreSQL Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your PostgreSQL database server by collecting metrics running on the PostgreSQL server.

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Puppet Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor Puppet performance metrics by collecting metrics running on the Puppet Agents.

Send data via Puppet Metrics to your ELK stack

Puppet Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor Puppet performance metrics by collecting metrics running on the Puppet Agents.

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Docker Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor Docker by collecting metrics from the containers running on the host system.

Send data via Docker Metrics to your ELK stack

Docker Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor Docker by collecting metrics from the containers running on the host system.

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HAProxy Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your HAProxy servers by collecting metrics from the HAProxy server.

Send data via HAProxy Metrics to your ELK stack

HAProxy Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your HAProxy servers by collecting metrics from the HAProxy server.

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System Metrics for macOS

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the macOS server.

Send data via System Metrics for macOS to your ELK stack

System Metrics for macOS

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your servers by collecting metrics from the operating system and from services running on the macOS server.

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Golang Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Golang servers by collecting metrics running on the Golang server.

Send data via Golang Metrics to your ELK stack

Golang Metrics

Metricbeat is a lightweight shipper that helps you monitor your Golang servers by collecting metrics running on the Golang server.

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