Export Netlify Logs to Amazon S3

Today we are excited to announce Netlify Log Drains can now connect to Amazon S3! :tada:

S3 joins Datadog on the list of available destinations for Netlify’s Log Drains, and we expect to make even more destinations available over the coming months.

With this addition, Netlify customers on Enterprise plans will be able to export site traffic logs and functions logs to an S3 bucket. Developers can import these logs into the log management solution of their choice for troubleshooting and performance monitoring, or maintain them for historical purposes.

If you haven’t yet, please see our blog post or our docs for more information about this feature.

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