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Send Log Outbound Webhooks

Last Updated: Oct. 25, 2023

Enhance your observability workflows by sending real-time event notifications and log data to Coralogix. With this webhook, you can easily receive logs in Coralogix, automate responses to critical events, and improve your organization’s incident management and alerting processes.

Create a Send Log Webhook

STEP 1. From the Coralogix toolbar, navigate to DATA FLOW > EXTENSIONS.

STEP 2. In the Outbound Webhooks section, click SEND LOG WEBHOOK.

STEP 3. Click + ADD NEW.

STEP 4. Enter a memorable name for your webhook that will enable you to easily identify this webhook later when attaching it to one of your alerts.

Note: The URL and UUID fields are auto-populated.

STEP 5. Click NEXT.

STEP 6. [Optional] Edit the message body that will be sent with the webhook message. The fields contained within the logEntries key will be displayed in the log.


The system creates a log which appears on the Coralogix Explore page in the dashboard, to check that your configuration is valid. If the log is created successfully, a confirmation message is displayed.

STEP 8. Once the configuration is confirmed and the webhook is in place, you can choose the alert or alerts in which this webhook will be used, once the alert is triggered.

STEP 9. Click ADD next to the alert you want to choose, and the Alert Notifications panel will appear.

STEP 10. In the Notifications section, the new webhook should appear in the list. Click +Add WEBHOOK, and select the newly created webhook. Then click SAVE CHANGES. You can assign the webhook to more than one notification group.

STEP 11. Click FINISH.

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