NGINX is one of the most popular web servers today. In a world driven by the web and connected APIs, its logs are a great candidate for surfacing a bird’s eye view of activity in your service.
How it works
Nginx logs can be an incredibly powerful, high-level view of your system—especially when enriched with custom, application-specific information about each request.
Using Honeycomb’s honeytail agent, you can send your Nginx logs to Honeycomb.
In this query, you can see a breakdown of status codes by throughput containing 500 errors.