Ship events data from your Auth0 account to Logz.io

Deploy this integration to ship Auth0 events from your Auth0 account to Logz.io using custom log stream via webhooks.

Before you begin, you’ll need: an active account with Auth0

Setup a custom log stream using webhooks

Create a custom log stream
  1. Log in to your Auth0 account, navigate to Auth0 Dashboard > Monitoring > Streams, and select Create Stream.

  2. On the New Event Stream, select Custom Webhook.

    The following screen appears: Create stream

  3. In the Name field, enter Logz.io integration and select Create.

Configure the required parameters

The Settings tab of the created event stream is displayed after you create the stream.

Configure the required parameters as follows:

Configure stream

  • In the Name field, enter Logz.io integration.
  • In the Payload URL field, enter https://<<LISTENER-HOST>>:8071/?token=<<LOG-SHIPPING-TOKEN>>&type=autho0. Replace <<LISTENER-HOST>> with the host for your region. For example, listener.logz.io if your account is hosted on AWS US East, or listener-nl.logz.io if hosted on Azure West Europe. Replace <<LOG-SHIPPING-TOKEN>> with the token of the account you want to ship to.
  • In the Content Type field, select application/json.
  • In the Content Format field, select JSON lines.
Save the changes

Select Save to save the changes and create the stream.

Check Logz.io for your data

Give your data some time to get from your system to ours, and then open Kibana. You can filter for data of type auth0 to see the incoming Auth0 events.

If you still don’t see your logs, see log shipping troubleshooting.

Ship events data from your Auth0 account to Logz.io

Deploy this integration to ship Auth0 events from your Auth0 account to Logz.io using Logstash.

Before you begin, you’ll need: an active account with Auth0

Install and configure the “Auth0 Logs to Logstash” extension

Select the “Auth0 Logs to Logstash” extension

Login to your Auth0 account, navigate to Auth0 Dashboard > Extensions, and select Auth0 Logs to Logstash to display the Install Extension screen: Dashboard

Configure the required parameters

Configure the required parameters as follows:

  • In the LOGSTASH_URL field, enter your Listener host URL and port. Use the listener URL specific to the region where your Logz.io account is hosted. Click to look up your listener URL.
  • In the LOGSTASH_TOKEN field, enter your log shipping token (<<LOG-SHIPPING-TOKEN>>). Your Logz.io log shipping token directs the data securely to your Logz.io Log Management account. The default token is auto-populated in the examples when you’re logged into the Logz.io app as an Admin. Manage your tokens.
  • In the LOGSTASH_INDEX field, enter auth0.
Configure the optional parameters

If required, configure the optional parameters as follows:

  • In the Schedule field, enter the required schedule value. This is the frequency with which logs should be exported. This can be customized after creation.
  • In the Batch size field, enter the required batch size value. This is the number of logs to be sent per batch. Maximum is 100. Logs are batched before sending, and multiple batches are sent each time the extension runs.
  • In the Start from field, enter a log ID value. This is the checkpoint ID of the log from which you want to start sending.
  • In the Slack incoming webhook url field, enter the address for the Slack incoming webhook. This is the specific Slack webhook to which you want to send reports from the extension.
  • In the Slack send success field, use the selector menu to choose whether to send verbose notifications to Slack.
  • In the Log level field, specify minimal log level of events that you would like sent to Logstash.
  • In the Log types field, select the events for which logs should be exported.

For detailed information on these parameters, refer to the Auth0 documentation.

Install the extension

After you select Install, you are redirected to the Installed extensions page.

Installed extensions

Authorize the extension

Select the Auth0 Logs to Logstash extension and confirm that you authorize this extension.

View the exported logs

After you authorize the extension, you are directed to the Logs Export page, where you can see the events that are exported to Logz.io.

Logs export

Check Logz.io for your data

Give your data some time to get from your system to ours, and then open Kibana. You can filter for data of type auth0 to see the incoming Auth0 events.

If you still don’t see your logs, see log shipping troubleshooting.