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Python logging handler for Logstash and StackDriver.

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TemLogger

Temlogger is a library to sends logs to providers such as ELK and StackDriver(Google Cloud Logging). Temlogger can be used in any python 3.6+ application.

Features

Temlogger gives you:

  • Flexibility to send logs:
    • StackDriver(Google Cloud Logging)
    • ELK (Elastic, Logstash and Kibana)
    • Console (Default logging output)
  • Register events handlers(globally and per logger) to update log entry before send to providers.
  • 99% test coverage.

Logging Providers

  • logstash (ELK)
  • stackdriver (Google StackDriver)
  • console (Display logs on Console)
  • default (don’t send logs)

Requirements

  • python 3.6+
  • python3-logstash == 0.4.80
  • google-cloud-logging>=1.14.0,<2

Instalation

pip install temlogger

Configuration

Temlogger can be used with environment variables or programmatically.

Example of configuration with environment variables to Console provider:

export TEMLOGGER_APP_NAME='your-app-name'
export TEMLOGGER_PROVIDER='console'
export TEMLOGGER_ENVIRONMENT='staging'
export TEMLOGGER_LOG_LEVEL='INFO'
import sys
import temlogger

test_logger.info('python-console: test console info message.')
test_logger.debug('python-console: debug message will not be displayed. Change level to "DEBUG"')
test_logger.warning('python-console: test console warning message.')

Example of configuration programmatically to Console provider:

import sys
import temlogger

temlogger.config.set_app_name('your-app-name')
temlogger.config.set_provider('console')
temlogger.config.set_environment('staging')
temlogger.config.set_log_level('INFO')

test_logger.info('python-console: test console info message.')
test_logger.debug('python-console: debug message will not be displayed. Change level to "DEBUG"')
test_logger.warning('python-console: test console warning message.')

Parameters to setup Logstash Provider

export TEMLOGGER_APP_NAME='your-app-name'
export TEMLOGGER_PROVIDER='logstash'
export TEMLOGGER_URL='<logstash url>'
export TEMLOGGER_PORT='<logstash port>'
export TEMLOGGER_ENVIRONMENT='<your environment>'
export TEMLOGGER_LOG_LEVEL='INFO'

Parameters to setup StackDriver Provider

The variable GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS is now deprecated and your use isn’t recommended. Use TEMLOGGER_GOOGLE_CREDENTIALS_BASE64 instead.

export TEMLOGGER_APP_NAME='your-app-name'
export TEMLOGGER_PROVIDER='stackdriver'
export TEMLOGGER_ENVIRONMENT='<your environment>'
export TEMLOGGER_GOOGLE_CREDENTIALS_BASE64='<your google json creds as base64>'
export TEMLOGGER_LOG_LEVEL='INFO'

To encode your google credentials use:

base64 <google application credentials path>

Parameters to setup Console Provider

export TEMLOGGER_PROVIDER='console'
export TEMLOGGER_ENVIRONMENT='<your environment>'
export TEMLOGGER_LOG_LEVEL='INFO'

Usage Examples

Example with StackDriver

If you have a Google Credentials, step ahead. If not, create one here https://console.cloud.google.com/apis/credentials/serviceaccountkey. It’s recomended to assign just the needed permissions (logging > write logs).

export TEMLOGGER_APP_NAME='your-app-name'
export TEMLOGGER_PROVIDER='stackdriver'
export TEMLOGGER_GOOGLE_CREDENTIALS_BASE64='<your google json creds as base64>'
export TEMLOGGER_ENVIRONMENT='staging'
export TEMLOGGER_LOG_LEVEL='INFO'
import sys
import temlogger

logger = temlogger.getLogger('python-stackdriver-logger')

logger.info('python-stackdriver: test stackdriver info message.')

# add extra field to stackdriver message
extra = {
    'test_string': 'python version: ' + repr(sys.version_info),
    'test_boolean': True,
    'test_dict': {'a': 1, 'b': 'c'},
    'test_float': 1.23,
    'test_integer': 123,
    'test_list': [1, 2, '3'],
}
logger.info('temlogger: test with extra fields', extra=extra)

Example with LogStash

export TEMLOGGER_APP_NAME='your-app-name'
export TEMLOGGER_PROVIDER='logstash'
export TEMLOGGER_URL='localhost'
export TEMLOGGER_PORT='5000'
export TEMLOGGER_ENVIRONMENT='staging'
export TEMLOGGER_LOG_LEVEL='INFO'
import sys
import temlogger

logger = temlogger.getLogger('python-logstash-logger')

logger.info('python-logstash: test logstash info message.')

# add extra field to stackdriver message
extra = {
    'test_string': 'python version: ' + repr(sys.version_info),
    'test_boolean': True,
    'test_dict': {'a': 1, 'b': 'c'},
    'test_float': 1.23,
    'test_integer': 123,
    'test_list': [1, 2, '3'],
}
logger.info('temlogger: test with extra fields', extra=extra)

Example with Console

export TEMLOGGER_APP_NAME='your-app-name'
export TEMLOGGER_PROVIDER='console'
export TEMLOGGER_ENVIRONMENT='staging'
export TEMLOGGER_LOG_LEVEL='INFO'
import sys
import temlogger

logger = temlogger.getLogger('python-console-logger')

logger.info('python-logstash: test logstash info message.')

# add extra field to log message
extra = {
    'test_string': 'python version: ' + repr(sys.version_info),
    'test_boolean': True,
    'test_dict': {'a': 1, 'b': 'c'},
}
logger.info('temlogger: test with extra fields', extra=extra)

Using with Django

Modify your settings.py to integrate temlogger with Django’s logging:

import temlogger

host = 'localhost'

temlogger.config.set_app_name('your-app-name')
temlogger.config.set_provider('logstash')
temlogger.config.set_url('localhost')
temlogger.config.set_port(5000)
temlogger.config.set_environment('staging')
temlogger.config.set_log_level('INFO')

Then in others files such as views.py,models.py you can use in this way:

import temlogger

test_logger = temlogger.getLogger('python-logger')

Event Handlers

This functionality allow register handlers before send log to Logging Providers.

Register event handlers globally

Is recommended initialize event handlers early as possible, for example in settings.py for django. The below example shows how register a handler add_tracker_id_to_message globally.

import temlogger

temlogger.config.set_app_name('your-app-name')
temlogger.config.set_provider('console')
temlogger.config.set_log_level('INFO')

temlogger.config.setup_event_handlers([
    'temlogger.tests.base.add_tracker_id_to_message',
])

logger = temlogger.getLogger('python-logger')

extra = {
    'app_name': 'tembici'
}

logger.info('test with extra fields', extra=extra)

Register event handlers per logger

The below example shows how register a handler add_user_id_key for one logger.

import temlogger

def add_user_id_key(message):
    message['user_id'] = 'User Id'
    return message

temlogger.config.set_app_name('your-app-name')
temlogger.config.set_provider('console')
temlogger.config.set_log_level('INFO')

logger = temlogger.getLogger('python-logger', event_handlers=[
    'temlogger.tests.base.add_tracker_id_to_message',
    add_user_id_key
])
extra = {
    'app_name': 'tembici'
}

logger.info('test with extra fields', extra=extra)

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