Amazon #aws CloudWatch Logs Search and Console Updates

We are happy to announce support for searching your log events in the Amazon CloudWatch console. Also, you can now view log events across multiple log streams from a single log group in one place.

With this update, you can search for specific words or patterns in your logs to help you quickly find the information you need. For example, you can search for the word "Exception" in your application logs, HTTP 400 errors in your web request logs or a user name in your CloudTrail logs. All of your log events can be searched no matter how old they are.

If you already have logs in Amazon CloudWatch Logs, you can get started immediately by clicking the "Search Events" button when viewing log streams in a log group in the CloudWatch console.

To get started with Amazon CloudWatch Logs, see Getting Started with CloudWatch Logs. To learn more about pricing for CloudWatch Logs, see Amazon CloudWatch pricing. To learn more about how CloudWatch can help you better understand and operate your systems and applications, see the Amazon CloudWatch product details.

Originally Posted: Amazon CloudWatch Logs Search and Console Updates

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