Top 20 NuGet graylog Packages

Batching version of Serilog.Sinks.Graylog Sink. The Serilog Graylog Sink project is a sink (basically a writer) for the Serilog logging framework. Structured log events are written to sinks and each sink is responsible for writing it to its own backend, database, store etc. This sink delivers the da...
The Serilog Graylog Sink project is a sink (basically a writer) for the Serilog logging framework. Structured log events are written to sinks and each sink is responsible for writing it to its own backend, database, store etc. This sink delivers the data to Graylog2, a NoSQL search engine.
GELF provider for Microsoft.Extensions.Logging.
NLog target that pushes log messages to Graylog using the Http input
Log component to create log file, log sqlite database and graylog traces for webapi on .net core 3.0
Provides logging implementions and abstractions for writing ILoggerFacade logs via Graylog Server's REST API
NLog.AspNetCore.TargetGelf for GrayLog
This is a fork of serilog-sinks-graylog that aims to provide a stable release schedule and enteprise grade performance, as well as a semver based versioning strategy.
.NET GrayLog logging client library
.NET GrayLog client library written in C#
Elmah module for sending alert messages to GrayLog server in Gelf format via UDP
This is an optional meta-package which includes all "X4D Diagnostics TraceListener" implementations such as ConsoleTraceListener and UdpJsonTraceListener. You can reference individual trace listener packages if preferred, see package dependencies for a list.
Provides a "UDP Trace Listener" implementation which emits trace events formatted using JSON.
Very simple client for Graylog without a lot of external dependencies
A Serilog sink that writes events to Graylog synchroniously or asynchroniously, utilizing different transports that also works with .NET Core
Package SimpleGelf
Setup: on startup.cs: app-->IApplicationBuilder app.UseMiddleware(typeof(LogExceptionHandlingMiddleware)); LogConfiguration.ConfigureLog(strring ApplicationPath); Use the following configuration: "Log": { "File": { "LogFolder": "Logs", "LogFile": "log-{0}.txt" }, "Sqlit...