That's 100,727,407,361 events logged to date
Counting 8,066 events per second
Track everything you want
Log and application performance management in one solution. We use the software we're building to log events and maintain pipelines to power our dashboards. Check out our status dashboard which is a good example of what you can do with the Elixir library.
Structured logging without limits (no added latency)
Use our Cloudflare app and catch every request to your web service no matter what. Our Cloudflare App worker doesn't modify your request, it simply pulls the request/response data and logs to Logflare asynchronously after passing your request through. Want to monitor your Elixir app? Our library adds minimal overhead. We batch logs and use BERT binary serialization to keep payload size and serialization load low.
Elastic is expensive
Costs escalates quickly with typical Elastic based log management solutions. To setup long term analytics on events you need to archive to a CSV and setup another data pipeline to ingest events into a custom tailored data warehouse. With Logflare and BigQuery there is no setup for long term analytics. You can ingest immediately, query in seconds and store data for years.
Event size based on an average of 1 kilobyte per event. Pricing based on Papertrail's publicly available pricing. At 1 kilobyte per event you get 50,000,000 events for 50 GB of storage.
Unlimited event history
Logflare is backed by Google BigQuery. We immediately insert your logs into BigQuery and store those there for 7 days. Need more than 7 days? Bring your own BigQuery table and keep as much as you like!
BigQuery & DataStudio
When you sign in with your Google account, we give you access to your underlying BigQuery table. Make dashboards with Google Data Studio using your new BigQuery table.Show me more »
Route logs to difference sources with Regex. Consolidate important events with log routing.
Email & SMS alerts
Never miss an important event with realtime alerts via email or text message. Add multiple email addresses to alert everyone.
Sharing via public URL
Easily generate a public URL for a source. Useful for sharing realtime events with anyone without a login. Here we've routed all Googlebot traffic to this source and created a public path for it.
Add metadata and query it
Include metadata with your event for logging structured data. Query this structured data with standard SQL in BigQuery. Schema is managed for you, adapting to new metadata on the fly.
- Realtime stream of events
- Up to 100 sources per account
- Display timestamps in local time & UTC
Use web client or PWA
For an app like experience install our Progressive Web App. Add to your homescreen on Android and iOS. Install Logflare on Chrome desktop.
Check out our souce code on Github. Spin up your own instance of Logflare if you want, but if you need help managing serious log volume let us do that for you :)
Big shoutout and 🙏 to @chasers for his super cool @Cloudflare workers app https://t.co/Nr0VzXskc9 I was able to quickly identify a painful bug in our latest app release that my team couldn't figure out. They introduced a small change that created recursive (infinite) API calls— Hamlet 🇩🇴 (@hamletbatista) April 26, 2019
Logflare by @chasers is the missing link that every @Cloudflare customer should be using! Logflare has provided us with unprecedented visibility in monitoring and debugging our service. Check it out: https://t.co/jweR1rFFwq— TicketSource (@TicketSource) September 19, 2019
Hoorah. I finally managed to get Logflare going with Cloudflare and Data Studio to pipe server log files to Logflare. 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉— Dawn Anderson (@dawnieando) August 30, 2019
I'm so much in love with @logflare_logs right now. What a fantastic way to do log analysis for SEO. What a tremendous tool and @chasers you must be proud of this. Thanks for helping me set up and remind me to add a billing info 😄— Suganthan Mohanadasan (@Suganthanmn) May 18, 2020
Really impressed with @logflare_logs. We've been on the front page of #hackernews for 24 hours anticipating the HN hug of death. Looks like we made it through OK and Logflare has been ingesting everything without breaking a sweat https://t.co/RWKHIgmWh6 pic.twitter.com/dQ2xqFTdco— Supabase (@supabase_io) May 28, 2020