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Streaming your Pega logs

You can stream your Pega logs directly to your enterprise network using third-party service integrations.

Integrating third-party services for log streaming, such as Splunk, requires My Support Portal. To use My Support Portal, ensure that you completed the following tasks:
  • Allow cookies in your browser settings.
  • Contact your Pega Cloud administrator for the cloud-admin (cloud-system contact) role access privileges. For more information, see Support Contact Administrator Guide.
  • Accessing your logs using an external Amazon S3 bucket

    As a Pega Cloud Services client, you can stream your log files directly to an Amazon S3 bucket within your enterprise Amazon Web Services account. Streaming logs directly to your Amazon S3 bucket gives you the flexibility and control of immediate access to your log files without relying on third-party integrations or Pega-provided services. Log streaming gives you continual access to your Pega Platform logs in any of your Pega Cloud environments.

  • Streaming Pega logs to Splunk

    Pega Cloud Services offers add-on Pega Platform log streaming. By integrating an existing Splunk service with Pega Cloud Services, you can customize your Pega Platform application monitoring and more efficiently manage your Pega Platform logs. Log streaming gives you continual access to the Pega Platform logs in any of your Pega Cloud environments.

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