Get insight into API Gateway logs using OCI Logging Analytics by Paul Jenkins

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In my previous blog, I gave an overview of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) API Gateway observability. This time I’m taking a deeper look into using OCI Logging Analytics to gain insight on OCI API Gateway logs.

This post covers setting up API Gateway logging, setting up Logging Analytics, setting up Service Connector Hub to send API Gateway logs to Logging Analytics, and creating a Dashboard. Prerequisites include a working knowledge of OCI API Gateway and OCI in general.

For the sake of simplicity, I have created all resources in the same compartment. Your security might require that different log types be stored and analyzed in different compartments, which is fully supported.

Enable API Gateway logging

Gateway logs are controlled at the deployment level within a gateway and are disabled by default. To collect the data to build any real insights, we need to set the deployment logging level to Information and enable the logs. Navigate to your deployment in the Console, select Edit, and set the logging policy to Information. This setting is the default, but it’s worth checking. Read the complete article here.

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