Loggly Libraries Catalog

Libraries allow you to easily send logs to Loggly from your applications. They are available in almost every popular language from Java to Node.

Most of these Loggly libraries are open source, community supported, and you can freely fork them for your own needs. The authors often appreciate comments and pull requests with improvements. If you create a new library, we’ll send you some awesome Loggly swag!

You can also request and vote for new libraries here:

Overview of Advanced Features:

  • Protocol: HTTP/S can often get through firewalls by using common ports. A local syslog daemon can centralize events locally, offer a backup, and asynchronous transmission.
  • Searching: Allows you to search for logs using our API
  • Bulk Mode: Allows sending large volumes of data quickly
  • Asynchronous Mode: Allows sending without blocking your application
  • Local Queuing: In-memory or disk queue adds resiliency to network outages
  • Gen2 Support: Either it supports Gen2 natively or you can set the URL to logs-01.loggly.com
Language or System Library Loggly Setup Docs Protocol Send Events Search Events Bulk Mode Asynchronous Mode Local Queuing Gen2 Support
Android timber-loggly HTTP/S Yes No No Yes No Yes
Android loggliest HTTP/S Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Chef loggly-rsyslog (Chef cookbook) Syslog Yes No No No No Yes
Cloudwatch AWS Cloudwatch Lambda script HTTP/S Yes No No With Lambda No Yes
Corona Logging in Corona Logging in Corona HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Docker loggly-docker (Syslog UDP Input) Docker Syslog Syslog Yes No No With Rsyslog No Yes
Docker loggly (Mounted Volume Input) Syslog Yes No No With Rsyslog No Yes
Drupal Logs HTTP Gizra Blog HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
ELB elb2loggly (Lamba function) HTTP/S Yes No Yes With Lambda No Yes
Fastly lylog HTTP/S Yes No No Yes No Yes
Go go-loggly HTTP/S Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
HTTP/S HTTP/S API API Overview HTTP/S Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
IBM API Connect IBM API Connect HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
iOS / Objective-C LogglyLogger-CocoaLumberjack HTTP/S Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
iOS BackgroundUpload-CocoaLumberjack HTTP/S Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
iOS / Swift SlimLogger HTTP/S Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Java syslog4j Java Log4j Syslog Yes No No With Rsyslog With Rsyslog Yes
Java logglylog4j HTTP/S Yes No Yes (Use bulk endpoint) Yes Yes Yes
Java logback-extensions Java Logback HTTP/S Yes No No Yes Yes Yes
Java loggly-syslog-logback Syslog Yes No No With Rsyslog No Yes
Java log4j2 Syslog Yes No No With Rsyslog No Yes
Javascript loggly-jslogger Logging From Javascript HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Javascript / Angular angular-loggly HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Javascript / Angular angular-loggly-mixin HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Javascript / Bookmarklet Convert UTC to Local Time in event view
Javascript / Meteor Loggly for Meteor Managing a Meteor Application in Production HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Kong Kong-loggly Syslog Yes No No Yes
Linux Shell loggly-cat (pipe logs to Loggly) HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Linux Shell go-loggly-cli (search in Loggly) No Yes No No No Yes
Mulesoft loggly-connector HTTP/S or Syslog Yes Yes No Yes No Yes (Sending Only)
Nagios nagios2loggly.sh HTTP/S Yes No Yes No Yes from file Yes
.NET log4net-loggly .NET Logs HTTP/S Yes No No Yes Yes Yes (Set rootURL to Gen2)
.NET loggly-csharp HTTP/S or Syslog Yes Yes No Yes No Yes
.NET nlog-targets-loggly HTTP/S Yes No No Yes No Yes
.NET Serilog.Sinks.Loggly HTTP/S Yes No No Yes No Yes
.NET SemanticLogging.Loggly HTTP/S Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Nginx (Elastic Beanstalk) ebextensions_nginx_loggly.config Syslog Yes No No With Rsyslog With Rsyslog Yes
Node.js bunyan-loggly (wraps node-loggly) HTTP/S Yes Yes No Yes No Yes
Node.js epdoc-logger (with Express middleware) HTTP/S Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Node.js log4js (wraps node-loggly) HTTP/S Yes Yes No Yes No Yes
Node.js node-loggly Node.js Logs HTTP/S Yes Yes No Yes No Yes
Node.js winston-loggly HTTP/S Yes Yes No Yes No Yes
Node.js winston-loggly-syslog Syslog Yes No No With Rsyslog With Rsyslog Yes
Node.js loggly (buffering) HTTP/S Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Node.js (Hapi server) good-loggly HTTP/S Yes No No Yes No Yes
Parse or CLI stdloggly HTTP/S Yes No Yes No No Yes
PHP syslog Logging From PHP Syslog Yes No No With Rsyslog With Rsyslog Yes
Puppet Loggly-Puppet Puppet Deployment and Logs Syslog Yes No No With Rsyslog With Rsyslog Yes
Python urllib2 Logging From Python HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Python python-requests Logging From Python HTTP/S Yes No No Use requests-futures No Yes
Python Logging Handlers Logging From Python Syslog Yes No No With Rsyslog With Rsyslog Yes
Python hoover HTTP/S Yes No (Gen1 only) No Yes No Yes (Set proxy to Gen2)
Python LogglyAppEngine HTTP/S yes No No Yes No Yes (Set endpoint to Gen2)
Rackspace Load Balancer process-logs.js HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Ruby logglier Logging From Ruby HTTP/S or Syslog Yes No No Yes With Rsyslog Yes
Ruby logglier Logging From Ruby HTTP/S or Syslog Yes No No Yes With Rsyslog Yes
Rust loggly-rs HTTPS Yes No No No No Yes
Salesforce
APEX
sloggly HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Systemd journald-forwarder HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Tracking
Pixel
tracking-pixel Logging from a Tracking Pixel HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
Unity Logging Debug Output Logging in Unity3D HTTP/S Yes No No No No Yes
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