Logz.io is based on open source. Our architecture relies on a variety of projects that enable us to offer a robust, reliable and scalable log analysis solution. We believe strongly in reciprocation, and are committed to contributing back to the community to foster a healthy ecosystem that benefits all involved parties.
Continuous Deployment (CD) tool for deploying on Kubernetes
A JSON transformation library for enriching and processing JSON documents
One liner tool for polling JMX and writing into Graphite.
Container that get stats from Elasticsearch and forward to Graphite
Guice module for starting a Jetty based rest server with Jersey
Elasticsearch Health Monitor
A Docker container that runs and monitors your Elasticsearch cluster.
Tool to benchmark Elasticsearch
Logz.io Logback appender
Logback appender that ships logs to Logz.io using HTTPS bulk
Elasticsearch Stress Test
Simple indexing stress testing tool for Elasticsearch
Winston Transport Logger
A Logzio stream for the Bunyan logger
NodeJs logger for sending logs to Logz.io
Logz.io Python Handler
Python logging handler that sends your logs to Logz.io using the https bulk input
Logz.io Java Sender
Sends documents directly from Java code
Logzio Log4j2 appender
Lambda function for shipping logs to Logz.io from AWS CloudWatch
Fluentd plugin for shipping logs to Logz.io using Fluentd
Logz.io shippers for .NET frameworks, log4net, NLog