Starting at $0/mo
Your user request and action logs from Heroku fly away. FlyData can store your Heroku system / API / app logs in a secure place, your Amazon S3 bucket! Your stored logs on S3 will never expire or be deleted. You can keep these logs for as long as you want at a very low cost. In fact, all users can upload as many Heroku logs to their S3 bucket as possible for free as long as an S3 bucket is registered.
Your Heroku logs can be sent to Amazon Redshift automatically where you have the ability to run queries on all of your log files. If you have specific data you want to also transfer to Amazon Redshift, you can also use our easy-to-use gem to output the data to FlyData.
We don’t require you to have already paid for an Amazon Redshift cluster. Instead, you can use our free Redshift sandbox to store and analyze your logs! You can use this as your full time solution or as a way to test out Amazon Redshift.
We are proud of our pricing because we can provide great functionality while keeping costs low. We are not storing the logs ourselves, so by just transferring them from Heroku to your Amazon S3 bucket or Redshift, we can keep prices down.
Heroku logs may include indications of critical errors such as an app crash, memory problem, a fatal resource exhaust, or more. We detect these Heroku system and API errors and notify you by email as soon as we see them! Additionally, you can define patterns for looking for specific strings in the log file to customize the alert mail we send.
Because your logs are stored on Amazon S3 and Redshift of your account, you can access your data anytime! On one hand, we provide a web interface to download your specific logs and SQL query tool for Redshift, but on the other hand, you can access your logs through any other S3 or PostgreSQL client tools.
We have redundancy log collection servers so that your logs are stored securely to your AWS components.