We’re excited to announce the addition of a new General HTTP Endpoint option for Netlify Log Drains!
Now Netlify developers on Enterprise plans can configure their website’s traffic and function logs to be exported to a general HTTP endpoint. With this option, you can build your own Log Drain integration to any log management provider that supports URL-based authentication and accepts JSON-formatted logs.
As an example, let’s set up a log drain integration to Logtail from Betterstack in order to monitor and troubleshoot Netlify websites using the general HTTP endpoint option.
If you haven’t yet, please visit our blog post for more information about this feature.
Where will you send your Netlify logs data? Let us know where you’ve configured your integration and if you have any requests for future integrations.