Fluentd logger for Scala
Many web/mobile applications generate huge amount of event logs (c,f. login, logout, purchase, follow, etc). To analyze these event logs could be really valuable for improving the service. However, the challenge is collecting these logs easily and reliably.
Fluentd solves that problem by having: easy installation, small footprint, plugins, reliable buffering, log forwarding, etc.
fluent-logger-scala is a Scala library, to record the events from Scala application, based on fluent-logger-java. Main difference between scala and java version is to support Scala Collection.
Please see QuickStart to get started!
# For Scala 2.11 and 2.12 (Since fluent-logger-scala 0.7.0) libraryDependencies += "org.fluentd" %% "fluent-logger-scala" % "(version)" # For Scala 2.10 users (deprecated) libraryDependencies += "org.fluentd" %% "fluent-logger-scala" % "0.6.0"
fluent-logger-scala API is based on fluent-logger-java:
FluentLoggerFactory#getLogger(tag: String): FluentLogger FluentLoggerFactory#getLogger(tag: String, host: String, port: Int): FluentLogger FluentLoggerFactory#getLogger(tag: String, host: String, port: Int, timeout: Int, bufferCapacity: Int): FluentLogger FluentLoggerFactory#flushAll(): Unit FluentLoggerFactory#closeAll(): Unit FluentLogger#log(label: String, key: String, value: Any): Boolean FluentLogger#log(label: String, key: String, value: Any, timestamp: Long): Boolean FluentLogger#log(tag:String, mutableMap/immutableMap[String, Any]):Boolean FluentLogger#flush() FluentLogger#close()
$ ./sbt > compile > test # cross Scala version testing > + test
Publishing to Maven Central
Describe your account information in $HOME/.sbt/(sbt-version)/sonatype.sbt file:
credentials += Credentials("Sonatype Nexus Repository Manager", "oss.sonatype.org", "(Sonatype user name)", "(Sonatype password)")
The release command will publish signed artifacts to the Sonatype repository, and perform releasing to Maven Central:
License and Copyright
- Copyright © 2011- Tsuyoshi Ozawa and Taro L. Saito
- Apache License, Version 2.0
This document is inspired by fluent-logger-python