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logs-to-sumologic v1.1.0

A simple sumologic log client tool


A client implementation for Sumologic in node.js.


Very simple to use. First of all, set up an account with Sumologic

Create an HTTP Collector endpoint


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Now write a few lines of code to call logs-to-sumologic:

const Sumologic = require('logs-to-sumologic');

var collectorCode = 'YOUR_COLLECTOR CODE'

var endpoint = 'YOUR_ENDPOINT'
// ''

var url = endpoint + collectorCode;

const sumologic = Sumologic.createClient({
  url: url,
  name: "SumoHttpCollector",   // Custom Source Name -  optional
  host: "",      // Custom Source Host - optional
  category: "env/host/service" // Custom Source Category - optional

 * More info about name,host and category options are in section 
 *  "Other Supported HTTP Headers"
 *  at

var cb = function (err, res) {
  if (err) {
    // handle error
  // handle success

// contrived examples:

// single log message
var log = {test: "test only"};
sumologic.log(JSON.stringify(log), cb);
// or
sumologic.log(log, cb);

// bulk
var logs = [{test1: "test only"}, {test2: "test only"}];
sumologic.log(JSON.stringify(logs), cb);
// or
sumologic.log(logs, cb);

Optionally, setup a live tail to your HTTP Collector endpoint

You should see your logs appearing, eg.

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Further information

Please see here for further information on uploading data to an HTTP Source using Sumologic.


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