With our Python agent, you can get logs in context, which lets you see your app logs in the context of your other New Relic data. For general information on this feature, see APM logs in context.
Got lots of Python logs? Check out our tutorial on how to optimize and manage them.
Automatic logs in context options
You have three options to configure APM logs in context to send your app's logs and linking metadata automatically to New Relic.
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Secure your data
Your logs may include sensitive information protected by HIPAA or other compliance protocols. By default we obfuscate number patterns that appear to be for items such as credit cards or Social Security numbers, but you may need to hash or mask additional information.
For more information, see our documentation about obfuscation expressions and rules. You can hash or mask your log data by using the New Relic UI or by using NerdGraph, our GraphQL API.
After you set up logs in context, make the most of your logging data:
- Explore the logging data across your platform with our logs UI.
- See your logs in context of your app's performance in the APM UI. Troubleshoot errors with distributed tracing, stack traces, application logs, and more.
- Get deeper visibility into both your application and your platform performance data by forwarding your logs with our infrastructure monitoring agent. Review your infrastructure logs in the UI.
- Set up alerts.
- Query your data and create dashboards.