Catch events from
log streams.

Query log streams. Trigger activity.

Catch events from
log streams.

Query log streams. Trigger activity.

Events from logs, at your service.

In modern app development, we use a lot on managed services. In one action, a user can touch tens of different services (like API Gateway, Lambda, Auth0, Aurora, Twilio etc). Logbird processes log streams from all of those services to extract events that you can track and trigger actions.

Imagine the possibilities.

Detect application events.

Catch errors and custom events across all services that log out activity. You can choose from a list of community curated filters to get going fast and cover all known services.

See The Community Filters
TIMEOUT in get-user-info Lambda. Task timed out after 60.1 seconds.
FileNotFoundException in prod-instance ECS. FileNotFoundException: Error occurred in line 85...
Slow query in users-prod-table Aurora. Request took more than 1.5 seconds to finish.
Incorrect return type in Users AppSync API. Can't resolve value (/users): type mismatch err..

Track and move data.

Log out and events that are meaningful to your business for processing in Logbird. Sales and marketing teams can automate workflows or analyze them in real-time.

Sales lead: David from Chimp Inc. sql { name: 'David Bowie', phone: '+1 443...
Payment received from Banana Inc. payment { amount: '5000', currency: 'USD'...
Signup by bobby@droptables.com. signup { firstname: 'bobby', lastname: 'droptables'...
Subscription canceled by Pants Inc. subscription canceled { guid: '19cgo..

Track and move data.

Log out and events that are meaningful to your business for processing in Logbird. Sales and marketing teams can automate workflows or analyze them in real-time.

Use it as an event source.

Start tasks between different services on the background and keep your code clean while speeding up executions.

Account deleted, triggering cleanup. delete { company: 'Cartoon Networks',
Successful transaction, send email. payment { amount: '5000', currency: 'USD'
Image uploaded, triggering resize. image { src: '/images..

From...

AWS CloudWatch

to...

AWS Simple Notification Service
Email - coming soon.
Slack - coming soon.
Webhooks - coming soon.

Get going in a few minutes with automatic setup.