Honeybadger is a technology company specializing in error monitoring and exception tracking solutions. You can use a webhook in the Honeybadger platform to forward logs to the Sumo Logic HTTP endpoint. Using these logs, you can monitor the error lifecycle, uptime and check-in events in Sumo Logic. For more details, refer to the Honeybadger Documentation.
The Sumo Logic integration for Honeybadger ingests events into Sumo Logic through an outgoing webhook available in Honeybadger. The following event types are ingested through the Honeybadger webhook:
This section has instructions for collecting logs for the Sumo Logic Honeybadger webhook collection.
Follow the below steps to configure the Hosted Collector to receive Honeybadger events:
- In the Sumo Logic portal, create a new Hosted Collector or use an existing one. Then add an HTTP Logs and Metrics Source.
- Configure Source Category in the HTTP source - for example,
webhook/honeybadger- for the Honeybadger integration.
- Copy and save the endpoint URL of the source.
Configure the webhook integration in Honeybadger to send events to the Sumo Logic HTTP source. Once configured, it will be triggered each time the events occur within your Honeybadger account.
Follow the below steps to configure the Honeybadger webhook.
- Sign in to the Honeybadger account.
- Go to the project for which you want to send notifications to Sumo Logic.
- Go to Settings and select Alerts and integration.
- Search for Webhook and select it. The webhook form appears.
- Enter webhook form data as follows:
- URL. Enter the Sumo Logic HTTP endpoint URL (source address) created above.
- Error Events. Select the type of error events that will cause this webhook to execute.
- Uptime Events. Select the type of uptime events that will cause this webhook to execute.
- Check-Ins. Select the type of check-in events that will cause this webhook to execute.
- Click Save Changes.
- Verify Honeybadger events are getting ingested in Sumo Logic by executing the following query on Sumo Logic's Log Search panel.