Lurgle.Logging now supports Splunk!

Lurgle.Logging until now has supported just the File, Windows Event Log, Seq, and Console log types. It was always the intent to extend this to other log types to support the overall intent of Lurgle - accelerating and enhancing structured logging in your projects by leveraging the excellent work of...

Updating Seq.Client.EventLog for dynamic properties and more!

I have had a fair bit of mileage from Seq.Client.EventLog. It's a great little service that was quite reliable for the simple usages that I initially had. When it came to monitoring for user logins, my first port of call was here - I wound up needing to fork the...

DST update for EventX Trilogy for Seq now available!

While I was investigating a case where Event Schedule for Seq had duplicate multi-log events occurring, I noticed a Daylight Savings Time issue with the unit tests, which was evident due to an upcoming DST changeover here in Australia. It was readily apparent, of course, that with their shared DNA,...

Event Schedule for Seq v1.0.31 - Scheduled months!

We've started to really make use of the newest member of the "EventX Trilogy" to trigger scheduled events. It's really useful to be able to trigger monthly scheduled events for IT maintenance tasks, especially tied to a Seq.App.Atlassian.Jira instance that raises the ticket at the right priority, with the right...

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!...

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...