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PingSafe PingSafe

Last Updated: May. 01, 2024

PingSafe is an industry-leading cloud security platform, which scans your cloud infrastructure from an attacker’s lens. Security lapses are identified, prioritized, and auto-remediated to eliminate unwanted business impacts.

This tutorial demonstrates how to undertake the PingSafe integration to Coralogix via webhook using Fluentd, allowing you to seamlessly send us your logs.


1. Server to install Fluentd

2. Static public IP allocated to the server for initial configuration

3. Active PingSafe account

The webhook is configured to send data to the instance where Fluentd is installed, using the particular port configured in the Fluentd configuration file.


STEP 1. Install and configure Fluentd on your server. Additional information can be found here.

STEP 2. Under /etc/td-agent/, edit the configuration file called td-agent.conf and replace the content with the following configuration:

  log_level info

  @type http
  @label @CORALOGIX
  port 9880
  body_size_limit 32m
  keepalive_timeout 10s

<label @CORALOGIX>
  <filter **>
  @type record_transformer
  @log_level warn
  enable_ruby true
  auto_typecast true
  renew_record true
    applicationName "application_name"
    subsystemName "subsystem_name"
    text ${record.to_json}

<match **>
  @type http
  @id http_to_coralogix
  endpoint "https://api.<coralogix domain>/logs/rest/singles" 
  headers {"private_key":"Your Coralogix account private key"}
  retryable_response_codes 503
  error_response_as_unrecoverable false
    @type memory
    chunk_limit_size 10MB
    compress gzip
    flush_interval 1s
    retry_max_times 5
    retry_type periodic
    retry_wait 2
    #If any messages fail to send they will be send to STDOUT for debug.
    @type stdout

Replace the values for:

Save and configure your td-agent.conf file.

STEP 3. Test the configuration:

td-agent --dry-run

STEP 4. Start the td-agent service:

sudo systemctl start td-agent.service

STEP 5. Check the status:

sudo systemctl status td-agent.service

STEP 6. To test the full flow, run this curl command:

curl --header "Content-Type: application/json" \
  --request POST \
  --data '{"example_key":"example_value"}' \
 http://<ip of the server>:9880


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