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SeriLog
3 min

SeriLog

Coralogix customers with Microsoft .NET applications using the Serilog logging library, can send logs to Coralogix using OpenTelemetry (OTEL). The following steps guide you through configuring…

Go
2 min

Go

Coralogix provides Go SDK for your Go applications. Installation You need to install go-coralogix-sdk package as any other external package: After the installation you can import…

NLog
3 min

NLog

This tutorial demonstrates how to implement NLog with the Coralogix platform. Installation To install Coralogix.NLog, run the following command in the Package Manager Console. For .NET 5+, use:…

Ruby
2 min

Ruby

Install: gem install coralogix_logger General: You must provide the following four variables when creating a Coralogix logger instance. Private Key – Your Send-Your-Data API key is…

Log4j
4 min

Log4j

Appenders are nice, and they help take our logging standard to a whole new level.The following tutorial demonstrates how to integrate Log4j with Coralogix Java SDK….

Logback
2 min

Logback

The following tutorial demonstrates how to integrate Logback with Coralogix Java SDK. Requirements: You need to have the Coralogix Java SDK integrated into your project.Read all…

Java
3 min

Java

We believe you should not be limited to application based file shippers. So to support such cases where you want to integrate your application to Coralogix…

Node.js Winston
2 min

Node.js Winston

This guide provides step-by-step instructions and essential insights to seamlessly incorporate Coralogix into your Node.js Winston setup, ensuring efficient and centralized log management for your applications….

Node.js Bunyan
3 min

Node.js Bunyan

Create a Coralogix logger instance and Bunyan stream to set up and use Bunyan, a Node.js module for logging in JSON. Create a Coralogix Logger Instance…

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