CloudWatch output plugin for Fluentd 🔗︎

Overview 🔗︎

This plugin has been designed to output logs or metrics to Amazon CloudWatch. More info at https://github.com/fluent-plugins-nursery/fluent-plugin-cloudwatch-logs

Example output configurations 🔗︎

spec:
 cloudwatch:
   aws_key_id:
     valueFrom:
       secretKeyRef:
         name: logging-s3
         key: awsAccessKeyId
   aws_sec_key:
     valueFrom:
       secretKeyRef:
         name: logging-s3
         key: awsSecretAccessKey
   log_group_name: operator-log-group
   log_stream_name: operator-log-stream
   region: us-east-1
   auto_create_stream true
   buffer:
     timekey: 30s
     timekey_wait: 30s
     timekey_use_utc: true

Configuration 🔗︎

Output Config 🔗︎

auto_create_stream (bool, optional) {#output config-auto_create_stream} 🔗︎

Create log group and stream automatically.

Default: false

aws_key_id (*secret.Secret, optional) {#output config-aws_key_id} 🔗︎

AWS access key id
Secret

Default: -

aws_sec_key (*secret.Secret, optional) {#output config-aws_sec_key} 🔗︎

AWS secret key.
Secret

Default: -

aws_instance_profile_credentials_retries (int, optional) {#output config-aws_instance_profile_credentials_retries} 🔗︎

Instance Profile Credentials call retries

Default: nil

aws_use_sts (bool, optional) {#output config-aws_use_sts} 🔗︎

Enable AssumeRoleCredentials to authenticate, rather than the default credential hierarchy. See ‘Cross-Account Operation’ below for more detail.

Default: -

aws_sts_role_arn (string, optional) {#output config-aws_sts_role_arn} 🔗︎

The role ARN to assume when using cross-account sts authentication

Default: -

aws_sts_session_name (string, optional) {#output config-aws_sts_session_name} 🔗︎

The session name to use with sts authentication

Default: ‘fluentd’

concurrency (int, optional) {#output config-concurrency} 🔗︎

Use to set the number of threads pushing data to CloudWatch.

Default: 1

endpoint (string, optional) {#output config-endpoint} 🔗︎

Use this parameter to connect to the local API endpoint (for testing)

Default: -

http_proxy (string, optional) {#output config-http_proxy} 🔗︎

Use to set an optional HTTP proxy

Default: -

include_time_key (bool, optional) {#output config-include_time_key} 🔗︎

Include time key as part of the log entry

Default: UTC

json_handler (string, optional) {#output config-json_handler} 🔗︎

Name of the library to be used to handle JSON data. For now, supported libraries are json (default) and yajl

Default: -

localtime (bool, optional) {#output config-localtime} 🔗︎

Use localtime timezone for include_time_key output (overrides UTC default)

Default: -

log_group_aws_tags (string, optional) {#output config-log_group_aws_tags} 🔗︎

Set a hash with keys and values to tag the log group resource

Default: -

log_group_aws_tags_key (string, optional) {#output config-log_group_aws_tags_key} 🔗︎

Specified field of records as AWS tags for the log group

Default: -

log_group_name (string, optional) {#output config-log_group_name} 🔗︎

Name of log group to store logs

Default: -

log_group_name_key (string, optional) {#output config-log_group_name_key} 🔗︎

Specified field of records as log group name

Default: -

log_rejected_request (string, optional) {#output config-log_rejected_request} 🔗︎

Output rejected_log_events_info request log.

Default: false

log_stream_name (string, optional) {#output config-log_stream_name} 🔗︎

Name of log stream to store logs

Default: -

log_stream_name_key (string, optional) {#output config-log_stream_name_key} 🔗︎

Specified field of records as log stream name

Default: -

max_events_per_batch (int, optional) {#output config-max_events_per_batch} 🔗︎

Maximum number of events to send at once

Default: 10000

max_message_length (int, optional) {#output config-max_message_length} 🔗︎

Maximum length of the message

Default: -

message_keys (string, optional) {#output config-message_keys} 🔗︎

Keys to send messages as events

Default: -

put_log_events_disable_retry_limit (bool, optional) {#output config-put_log_events_disable_retry_limit} 🔗︎

If true, put_log_events_retry_limit will be ignored

Default: -

put_log_events_retry_limit (int, optional) {#output config-put_log_events_retry_limit} 🔗︎

Maximum count of retry (if exceeding this, the events will be discarded)

Default: -

put_log_events_retry_wait (string, optional) {#output config-put_log_events_retry_wait} 🔗︎

Time before retrying PutLogEvents (retry interval increases exponentially like put_log_events_retry_wait * (2 ^ retry_count))

Default: -

region (string, required) {#output config-region} 🔗︎

AWS Region

Default: -

remove_log_group_aws_tags_key (string, optional) {#output config-remove_log_group_aws_tags_key} 🔗︎

Remove field specified by log_group_aws_tags_key

Default: -

remove_log_group_name_key (string, optional) {#output config-remove_log_group_name_key} 🔗︎

Remove field specified by log_group_name_key

Default: -

remove_log_stream_name_key (string, optional) {#output config-remove_log_stream_name_key} 🔗︎

Remove field specified by log_stream_name_key

Default: -

remove_retention_in_days (string, optional) {#output config-remove_retention_in_days} 🔗︎

Remove field specified by retention_in_days

Default: -

retention_in_days (string, optional) {#output config-retention_in_days} 🔗︎

Use to set the expiry time for log group when created with auto_create_stream. (default to no expiry)

Default: -

retention_in_days_key (string, optional) {#output config-retention_in_days_key} 🔗︎

Use specified field of records as retention period

Default: -

use_tag_as_group (bool, optional) {#output config-use_tag_as_group} 🔗︎

Use tag as a group name

Default: -

use_tag_as_stream (bool, optional) {#output config-use_tag_as_stream} 🔗︎

Use tag as a stream name

Default: -

buffer (*Buffer, optional) {#output config-buffer} 🔗︎

Buffer

Default: -

format (*Format, optional) {#output config-format} 🔗︎

Format

Default: -