Release note: September 29th - 2016

This is the end-of-september release: lots of movement is going on in the backstage as we're preparing big features in the upcoming weeks.

Nevertheless, we have worked hard to prov new integrations to Logmatic.io: Hipchat & Blackfire.io endpoints, PHP (almost all the FWKs are covered now) & AWS S3 logs with Lambda log shipping.

Here come the details.

Integrations

Send AWS S3 logs with Lambda functions

A new solution to ship logs from AWS was released: the AWS Lambda log shipper.

A step by step tutorial has been included in the application as well as in the documentation.

Step by step tutorial in the application

Step by step tutorial in the application

AWS Services: CloudTrail, CloudWatch, ELB, S3 access and much more

Coming with the previous AWS Lambda log shipper we decided to dig into all the AWS services that were able to send logs to S3.

And the result is a fully comprehensive documentation that details what you should do in your AWS console to enable this => here is the doc.

PHP Monolog: Laravel, Silex, Lumen, CakePHP, CodeIgniter

A new PHP Monolog solution and integration have been published. It provides solutions to plug HP frameworks such as Laravel, Silex, Lumen, CakePHP, CodeIgniter and of course Symfony 2 that we were already providing before.

A step-by-step tutorial has been added into the application as well as a documentation that details how to do for each framework.

PHP Monolog documentation

PHP Monolog documentation

PHP Zend-Log

You can now connect your PHP Zend-Log logging library to Logmatic.io. We provided a step-by-step tutorial in the application as well as a documentation.

Zend-Log step-by-step tutorial

Zend-Log step-by-step tutorial

Alerts & Endpoints

2 new endpoints: HipChat & Blackfire.io

2 new endpoints: HipChat & Blackfire.io

Fire alerts to your HipChat rooms

You can now create HipChat endpoints so your alerts can get delivered in your favorite rooms:

The HipChat endpoint form

The HipChat endpoint form

Fire alerts to Blackfire.io

You can now route your alerts to Blackfire.io:

The Blackfire.io endpoint form

The Blackfire.io endpoint form