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LogDNA Product Update

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Hey everyone,

First, THANK YOU for your support with LogDNA. Many of you have reached out with amazing feedback and questions, we definitely have been listening and working hard to make things happen. It’s been awhile since our last update and we’ve been busy!

Here’s a few major updates we wanted to share with you:

  1. Syslog ingestion now available!

    We now support ingesting logs from rsyslog, syslog-ng, and plain ‘ol syslog. Secure TLS, custom ports, etc.

    You can find more details in our revised host install instructions.

  2. Ingestion Rest API published

    We released a REST-based ingestion API, so you can now programmatically send us your logs!

    You can find more detailed documentation on our API docs page.

  3. Node.JS library released

    Check out this great writeup from Riyadh, who discovered our Node library and integrated it with Winston for logging.
    You can also go directly to our open source Node.JS library on GitHub. We love the open source community, so please feel free to submit feedback as well as submit a PR to contribute to the project.
    We’re missing libraries for other languages, so if you end up writing one, let us know and we’ll feature you!

  4. Elastic Beanstalk

    Check out our integration with Elastic Beanstalk

  5. Funding

    We recently closed a $1.3M seed round from amazing investors. More information can be found here.

This is just the beginning, we have huge plans for the future.

Keep sending us your use cases and requirements and we’ll keep improving LogDNA!

Thank you for your support and happy logging!

Chris Nguyen
Co-founder, LogDNA

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