Logstash

input {
file {
path => "/var/log/syslog"
type => "syslog"
start_position => "beginning"
}
filter {
uuid {
target => "uuid"
}
}
output {
syslog { appname => "my-awesome-app"
host => "logiq-server-dns.my-domain.com"
protocol => "ssl-tcp"
msgid => "%{uuid}"
ssl_cert => "client.crt"
ssl_key => "client.key"
ssl_cacert => "logiq.crt"
ssl_verify => true
port => "7514"
rfc => "rfc5424"
id => "%{uuid}"
}
stdout { codec => rubydebug }
}
NOTE: Change "host" , "appname", "ssl_cert", "ssl_key", "ssl_cacert" above to suit your configuration

output {
http {
url => "https://logiq-dns-or-ip/v1/json_batch"
headers => { "Authorization" => "Bearer <Auth token>" }
http_method => "post"
format => "json_batch"
content_type => "json_batch"
pool_max => 300
pool_max_per_route => 100
socket_timeout => 60
}
}
You can additionally control the data organization by specifying additional fields
filter {
mutate {
add_field => { "cluster_id" => "demo-http-test" }
add_field => { "namespace" => "namespace_name" }
add_field => { "app_name" => "application_name" }
add_field => { "proc_id" => "process_or_pod_identifier" }
}
}
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