New Relic logs

New Relic Logs destination plugin

New Relic Logs is a cloud-based logging platform that provides real-time log analytics and monitoring capabilities for your applications and infrastructure. The New Relic Logs Destination Plugin in Calyptia Core allows you to seamlessly integrate your telemetry data with New Relic Logs, enabling you to store, analyze, and visualize your log data using New Relic's powerful logging tools. With the New Relic Logs destination plugin, you can configure your Calyptia Core pipeline to send your log data to New Relic Logs.

Configuration parameters

The New Relic Logs destination plugin provides these configuration parameters.



New Relic API Key

Your key for data ingestion. The API key is also called the ingestion key. For more details about how to generate, see the official documentation. From a configuration perspective, either an api_key or an license_key is required. New Relic suggests using api_key.



New Relic License Key

Optional authentication parameter for data ingestion. New Relic suggests you to use the api_key instead. License Key information.


Compresses the payload in GZIP format, Datadog supports and recommends setting this to gzip.

New Relic Base URI

Full Address of New Relic API endpoint. By default the value points to the US endpoint. If you want to use the EU endpoint you can set this key to the following value:

Security and TLS



Enable or disable TLS/SSL support.

TLS Certificate Validation

Turn TLS/SSL certificate validation on or off. TLS must be on for this setting to be enabled.

TLS Debug Level

Set TLS debug verbosity level. Accepts these values: 0 (No debug), 1 (Error), 2 (State change), 3 (Informational), 4 (Verbose).

CA Certificate File Path

Absolute path to CA certificate file.

Certificate File Path

Absolute path to certificate file.

Private key File Path

Absolute path to private key file.

Private Key Path Password

Optional password for tls.key_file file.

TLS SNI Hostname Extension

Hostname to be used for TLS SNI extension.

Advanced networking


DNS Mode

Select the primary DNS connection type (TCP or UDP).

DNS Resolver

Select the primary DNS connection type (TCP or UDP).

Prefer IPv4

Prioritize IPv4 DNS results when trying to establish a connection.


Enable or disable Keepalive support.

Keepalive Idle Timeout

Set maximum time allowed for an idle Keepalive connection.

Max Connect Timeout

Set maximum time allowed to establish a connection, this time includes the TLS handshake.

Max Connect Timeout Log Error

On connection timeout, specify if it should log an error. When disabled, the timeout is logged as a debug message.

Max Keepalive Recycle

Set maximum number of times a keepalive connection can be used before it is retired.

Source Address

Specify network address to bind for data traffic.

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