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Log integration with Loggly

Aiven supports integrating logs with a number of external monitoring systems that support rsyslog protocol, including Loggly.

To integrate your service with Loggly, a new endpoint needs to be added into the project that contains the service to integrate. This can be done using through Aiven console or command line using Aiven CLI.


Before creating the integration, you will need to generate a Loggly customer token. From the Loggly dashboard:

  • Go to Source Setup tab
  • Select Customer Token tab underneath it.
  • Generate a new custom token (or use a previously generated one) and copy its value.

Define the Loggly integration endpoint

To create a Loggly integration using the Aiven Console:

  • Select the Project where the integration needs to be defined
  • Select Integration endpoints
  • Go to Syslog configuration
  • Define a new endpoint with the following parameters
    • Endpoint name - the name for the endpoint (for example Loggly)
    • Server - the Loggly hostname
    • Port - the Loggly port 514
    • TLS - disabled (see below how to enable TLS with avn client)
    • Format - rfc5424
    • Structured Data - TOKEN@NNNNN TAG="your-tag" replacing
      • TOKEN needs to be replaced with your Loggly customer token retrieved in the prerequisite stage
      • NNNNN is Loggly Private Enterprise Number (PEN) which is 41058 (check Loggly documentation for up to date information)
      • your-tag with any arbitrary tag value wrapped in double quotes

You can automate the creation of a Loggly integration endpoint using the Aiven CLI dedicated command.

Enable the Loggly integration

To enable the Loggly integration for a particular Aiven service:

  • Open the service details in the Aiven Console
  • Browse to the Service Integrations option
  • Click Manage Integrations which will bring up a list of available integrations for your service
  • Select Rsyslog from the provided list
  • Click Use integration
  • Select the Loggly endpoint that you created in previous step
  • Click Enable to enable service integration.

After enabling this service integration, it will be shown as active in the Aiven Console, and the logs will be now integrated with Loggly.


It may take a few moments to setup the new log, and you can track the status on the Overview page of your service > the Service integrations section.

Your logs should now be visible on Loggly Search tab. Enter the tag name your previously specified, for example tag:your-tag, and it will populate the dashboard with the log events from the Aiven service.


You can automate the creation of the Loggly integration using the Aiven CLI dedicated command.