Consolidate syslog, text log files, Apache?, Windows? events, cloud hosting, MySQL?, and more.
Search stored or streaming log data. Use the search query syntax to quickly troubleshoot issues. Search large volumes of logs messages in a flash with our lightning search capability.
Receive alerts via email, or send them to Slack, Librato, PagerDuty, or custom HTTP webhooks.
Papertrail log archives can be loaded into Redshift?, Hadoop?, and more for queries and analytics. With log velocity analytics, visualize log throughput to quickly identify patterns and anomalies.
Papertrail can scale to your log volume and desired searchable duration.
Papertrail supports optional TLS encryption and certificate-based destination host verification.
Apply filters to your logs to drop unnecessary messages, and pay only for the ones you want.
Create new or multiple alerts by copying details from one of your existing alerts to save time.
Enhance readability using ANSI color codes, or automatically colorize name and program name.
Retrieve, search, and tail recent app server log and system syslog messages with an optional standalone binary.
A free account includes 50 MB/month, 48 hours search, seven days archive, unlimited systems, and unlimited users.
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Papertrail software's fees are based on two things: how much log data is generated, and how long it will be searchable in real time. Typical plans cover most common needs. You can also build your own. You have access to all functionality.
Papertrail can notify external services (e.g., Slack, Librato, PagerDuty, Campfire, etc.) when new log messages match important searches. These notifications can happen every minute (like for a monitoring system), every hour, or every day, and only occur in periods when Papertrail receives new matches for a given search.