Improve your application’s performance and security by tuning your Cloudflare configuration. Investigate and debug errors and security mitigations reported by your end users. Build customized analytics in the tools you already use.
Challenge: Optimizing user experience while keeping attackers at bay is difficult without a deep understanding of your traffic－down to the individual request.
Solution: Cloudflare provides detailed logs of your HTTP requests. Use these logs to debug, identify configuration adjustments to improve performance and security, and create custom analytics. Combine request logs with other data sources, such as application server logs, for end-to-end visibility.
"Cloudflare’s Logpush and ready-made dashboards have allowed us to obtain complete end-to-end visibility of our network and has ensured that we can build a holistic threat intel view for our entire platform."
Steven Rogers, Senior Systems Security Specialist
Have your Cloudflare request logs sent to your preferred storage provider and use the tools you already know to gain insights. Correlate with logs from other services for a comprehensive view of your systems.
Reduce deployment time and configuration errors by using our Dashboard UI and auto-generated bucket policies. Quickly configure dozens or hundreds of domains using an API.
Write custom scripts to retrieve your logs continually using our powerful REST API. Build and operate your own log retrieval service to meet your specific log analysis requirements.
Pull logs as you need them by specifying time ranges and data fields. Control volume using count and sample parameters.
Retrieve request logs over HTTP with a REST API
Specify time ranges, sample rates, and timestamp formats
Select from 50+ fields related to client, origin, firewall, cache, and Cloudflare routing
Have your logs pushed to your preferred cloud storage provider
Receive compressed files (approximately 5-10% of original size)
Reduce setup time using dashboard integrations with Sumo Logic, Google Data Studio, Elastic, Looker, Datadog, and Splunk