Analyze your HTTP traffic logs in real-time

Read and analyze your website's HTTP logs. Group requests together and spot the most common traffic problems.

Why is Logging so Important?

Are you sure that your website is always up and running? That none of your visitors stumbs upon a 404 error page, a 500 or any other usability problem? Logs are useful, because they record the activity of your users and give insights into the possible errors and failures. They give an elaborate sequence of events, including a detailed timestamp, that occasioned or led to an incident.

Analyzing log files can help developers troubleshoot issues with their applications and write better code. Also, SEO managers can optimize the user experience and the content availability for search engines, and DevOps / Sysadmins can make sure that the platform is delivering at its full potential. comes with unique HTTP live logging features, which help find the bottlenecks in the traffic of a website, and improve the overall customers experience. This is done in real time, and does not require to load and analyze web server traffic logs afterwards through a costly and reluctant process. Instead, we provide all the tools to better get insights from the traffic, isolate issues and fix them right away with our rules engine. Stop running your web platforms in the dark, use our tools to improve your efficiency!

  • Log all the HTTP traffic
  • Filter logs, group log lines
  • Easily spot HTTP errors
  • Exhaustive CSV exports
  • See logs in real-time
  • No need to manually import logs
  • Get the details for each log line
  • Check the shape of your traffic
HTTP traffic logs

Log all the HTTP traffic

Once installed on your website, logs all the HTTP traffic and makes it discoverable, in real time.

You can either use it for checking that the traffic shape looks good, or to search for traffic errors and fix them with traffic rules, using the manager.

Filter HTTP traffic logs

Filter, group and analyze logs

The raw logs output can be filtered to isolate particularly interesting aspects of the web traffic. It is possible to filter by status code, method, redirection target, user agent, client IP address (if IP address logging has been enabled), referer, content-type and other filters.

It is also possible to group the log entries using one or several properties. Want to know the top 100 404 or 500 errors hit by Googlebot last week? We have the tool for it!

The logs timeline allow quick logs exploration

Explore the logs timeline

The logs timeline allows to identify traffic errors in a couple of seconds. It is also helpful to zoom on inhabitual events areas in a quick way.

Details of a logged HTTP request

View details for each traffic hit

Each log entry is available as a detailed sliding panel and can be turned into additonnal filters. Want to see more logs like this one? Each of the request properties can be turned into a filter for the logs list, in a single click.

An HTTP logs file exported from

Export logs like a boss

The logs explorer allows to export in CSV as many log lines as you want, using the filters used in the logs view. The exports logs can then be re-imported in the tool of your choice, or analyzed using Excel, Google Spreadsheets or OpenOffice.

Mohammed Al Hashamy

We looked at a lot of tools on the market before deciding on Ultimately, had the easiest to use interface and all the advanced features needed to fully deploy and manage our redirections. It was easy-to-use, intuitive and the customer support was unmatched.

Mohammed Al Hashamy
Web Developer, Luca Faloni

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