Axiom unlocks observability at any scale.
- Ingest with ease, store without limits: Axiom's next-generation datastore enables ingesting petabytes of data with ultimate efficiency. Ship logs from Kubernetes, AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, DigitalOcean, Nomad, and others.
- Query everything, all the time: Whether DevOps, SecOps, or EverythingOps, query all your data no matter its age. No provisioning, no moving data from cold/archive to "hot", and no worrying about slow queries. All your data, all. the. time.
- Powerful dashboards, for continuous observability: Build dashboards to collect related queries and present information that's quick and easy to digest for you and your team. Dashboards can be kept private or shared with others, and are the perfect way to bring together data from different sources.
There are multiple ways you can install the CLI:
- With Homebrew:
brew install axiomhq/tap/axiom
- Download the pre-built binary from the GitHub Releases
- Using Go:
go install github.com/axiomhq/cli/cmd/axiom@latest
- Use the Docker image:
docker run axiomhq/cli
axiom help to get familiar with the supported commands:
The power of Axiom on the command-line. USAGE axiom <command> <subcommand> [flags] CORE COMMANDS ingest: Ingest structured data query: Query data using APL stream: Livestream data MANAGEMENT COMMANDS auth: Manage authentication state config: Manage configuration dataset: Manage datasets ADDITIONAL COMMANDS completion: Generate shell completion scripts help: Help about any command version: Print version web: Open Axiom in the browser FLAGS -O, --auth-org-id string Organization ID to use -T, --auth-token string Token to use -C, --config string Path to configuration file to use -D, --deployment string Deployment to use -h, --help Show help for command --no-spinner Disable the activity indicator -v, --version Show axiom version EXAMPLES $ axiom auth login $ axiom version $ cat http-logs.json | axiom ingest http-logs AUTHENTICATION See 'axiom help credentials' for help and guidance on authentication. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES See 'axiom help environment' for the list of supported environment variables. LEARN MORE Use 'axiom <command> <subcommand> --help' for more information about a command. Read the manual at https://axiom.co/docs/reference/cli
The default configuration file is
.axiom.toml located in the home directory.
Configuration values can also be set using flags or the environment. Flags get
precedence over environment variables which get precedence over the
configuration file values.
Distributed under the MIT License.