There are a few software libraries that can be used to integrate applications with Humio from a variety of programming languages.
Recommended, but not Supported
These software libraries are recommended for use with Humio but are not supported by Humio. For support, please contact the corresponding software library community.
If you are looking for a way to send logs and metrics, though, it's usually better to use a log shipper. See the Log Shippers documentation for a list of them. However, if your needs are simple or you want to have a client that uses Humio's administrative API, below is a list of software libraries for interfacing with Humio:
Erlang / Elixir
This library implements a Lager backend for logging directly to Humio in BEAM-based languages such as Erlang or Elixir.
See the Lager backend for Humio log management system on GitHub for more information.
JS / Browser
The NodeJS library humio-node is a simple client that allows you to send data to Humio and run queries and aggregations.
humio-node can't run in the browser. If
you're looking for a browser integration, check out
Python API Client
If you are using Python in your project, take a look at our Python library on GitHub.
It works as a helpful wrapper around the Humio web API, supporting many different operations, which include:
Querying your Humio repositories
Ingesting data into your Humio repositories
Managing users on your Humio instance
As is customary for Python packages, the full documentation can be found at readthedocs.