The type field identifies your log type. Logz.io parses logs based on type. For example, if a log type is apache_access, Logz.io automatically parses these logs as Apache access logs.

This table shows the built-in log types that Logz.io supports. If you don’t see your log type here, you can create custom data parsing using the data parsing wizard.

Description Type
Apache access apache, apache_access, apache-access
AWS CloudFront cloudfront
AWS CloudTrail cloudtrail
AWS ELB elb
AWS VPCFlow vpcflow
AWS Route 53 route_53
AWS S3 access S3Access
Elasticsearch elasticsearch
GPFS gpfs
HAProxy haproxy
Jenkins jenkins
Kafka kafka_server
Microsoft IIS iis
MongoDB mongodb
Monit monit
MySQL mysql
MySQL error mysql_error
MySQL slow query mysql_slow_query
MySQL monitor mysql_monitor
Nagios nagios
nginx access nginx, nginx_access, nginx-access
nginx error nginx-error
OSSEC ossec