Formerly known as Enterprise Log Share (ELS), Cloudflare Logs contain detailed information on requests processed by the Cloudflare network. You can use our Logpull or Logpush service to find out about the connecting client, our actions, and the response from the origin web server.
About Cloudflare Logs
Cloudflare Enterprise customers have access to detailed logs of HTTP requests for their domains. These logs are helpful for debugging, identifying configuration adjustments, and creating analytics, especially when combined with other data sources, such as application server logs.
Cloudflare Logs feature two mechanisms for getting your traffic data:
- Logpull - To request log data programmatically using a RESTful API
- Logpush - To automate log data delivery to a cloud storage provider
Visit the Cloudflare Logs documentation portal for additional product information, including:
To get started with Cloudflare Logs, contact your account manager or Cloudflare Support to enable log storage for your Enterprise domain. Note that by default, Cloudflare does not retain your logs.