AWS applications generate an enormous amount of logs on a daily basis
AWS usage logs, ELB/ALB/NLB logs, CloudFront/CloudTrail logs, VPC Flow logs, and S3 Access logs — AWS makes it incredibly easy to enable logging for all their services. AWS can easily stream your data directly into an Amazon S3 bucket, but then how are you supposed to analyze, search, and query that data? Leverage the power of the CHAOSSEARCH platform to get insight from application logs without having to run AWS Elasticsearch or other expensive 3rd party SaaS search tools. Don’t ship your log data out of S3 — simply enable CHAOSSEARCH access to your bucket and start asking questions.
Use Kibana and Elasticsearch APIs on all your Amazon AWS log and event data in your OWN S3 bucket
Continually process AWS CloudTrail to get visibility into AWS account usage and understand usage patterns and identify risky behavior. Stream your AWS load balancer logs (ELB/ALB/NLB) directly into your Amazon S3 bucket and quickly search and analyze them. Get insight into application logs without having to run AWS Elasticsearch or other expensive 3rd party SaaS search tools. Do all this without ever having to move your data — run your analytics in your own S3 account.