Now you can log data related to EdgeWorkers using a new data field group named EdgeWorkers information in DataStream 2.
We've redesigned the documentation experience for DataStream 2 to make it easier for you to find the guides, API docs, and resources you need. Everything is now in one place. Visit the Welcome page for a toolkit of DataStream 2 resources. And if you're a developer, check out the Recipes section for step-by-step API examples.
We are pleased to announce that DataStream 2 is now available for all our customers. DataStream 2 provides customers with detailed log data from requests on the Akamai Edge platform within minutes.
You can now log data related to the WAF security rules using the Security rules data set field.
The State data set field is now available as a part of the geographical data set, and the Country data set field has been renamed to Country/Region.
Now you can choose Sumo Logic as a destination to send your Akamai logs for detailed analysis.
We have changed the stream view configuration, stream history and activation screens to improve the DataStream 2 application user experience. Changes include listing the stream’s data fields and version status.
Now you can choose a custom HTTPS endpoint as a destination to send your Akamai logs and receive data.
You can monitor new data fields with geographical information about the requests. This includes the ISO 3166 code for the country and city name.
When configuring your stream in the DataStream 2 application, you can see property names next to product names and hostnames in separate columns. This helps you comfortably select properties that belong to the same product.
We are introducing consistent and clear stream status names in the application and the DataStream 2 API. New status names include:
Now you can choose Google Cloud Storage as a destination to send your Akamai logs and receive data.
DataStream 2 now supports JSON format in addition to the CSV format. DataStream 2 users have the ability to choose and configure JSON as the log format, and visualize the sample JSON logs in the application. The JSON log format works for all supported DataStream 2 destinations.
We are pleased to announce the Limited Availability (LA) release of DataStream 2. During the beta testing period, we increased the reliability and capacity of DataStream 2, improved the UI experience, and introduced new features in response to customer feedback that will allow better control over raw access log streaming.