Lurgle.Logging v1.2.4 Update - Rethinking usage patterns

A while back I updated Lurgle.Logging to support new logging patterns. I've sat on it for a while, but some aspects of this weren't as well thought through as they could have been. Specifically, the idea of passing: Log.Error(ex, "Oh no! An error! {Message}", Logging.NewCorrelationId(), args: ex.Message); Log.Error(ex, "Oh no!...

Using Handlebars templates with Seq.App.Atlassian.Jira and Seq.App.OpsGenie

One of the really useful things with Seq.App.Opsgenie was that Nick Blumhardt had integrated Handlebars templates to the app, using Handlebars.NET. I liked it so much that, when I contributed to Ali Özgür's excellent Seq.App.Atlassian.Jira project, I carried it over. There's a few oddities in the JIRA REST API, and...

Playing nicely with others in the Seq ecosystem

You would realise by now that I'm quite a fan of Seq. It's hard not to be, when you can download a free single user license and get started with a trial, a POC, or designing your monitoring and infrastructure. The growth in open source apps for Seq over the...

Seq Reporter v1.0.3 - Who needs email when you can raise a Jira issue?

Reporting all the things Seq Reporter is the command-line client that can be used to schedule reporting from your Seq structured logs. It drives a number of daily and monthly reports for us and overall, it works well. We just set our query config and time range, schedule it, and...

Event Schedule v1.0.10 - Date calculation expressions!

After posting the last release of Event Schedule earlier today, I gave some more consideration to the implications of how the date calculations work. The problem, as touched on in the post, is that not all date calculations are equal. If, on the first of January 2022, I expect that...

Event Schedule 1.0.9 - Date token addition and subtraction!

Yesterday's releases for Event Schedule introduced the ability to include simple date tokens in the Scheduled log message, Scheduled log description, and Scheduled log tags fields. These were based entirely on returning the current day, month, or year - but what if you want to reference last month, next month,...

Event Schedule for Seq 1.0.6 Released - Date tokens!

Event Schedule is a bit of a different beast from the Event Timeout and Event Threshold apps. It's an app that will (for example) allow you to automatically create Jira tickets every month via a Seq log entry. This means that it can have difference needs from the other apps...