Integrate OCI Logging with Cribl using OCI Streaming

April 10, 2024 | 2 minute read
Vishak Chittuvalapil
Senior Cloud Engineer
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In today's cloud-driven landscape, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) stands as a cornerstone for numerous businesses, offering a rich array of services to fulfill diverse needs. However, effectively managing and harnessing the wealth of log data generated by OCI services can present significant challenges.

Unleashing the potential of OCI Logs through Cribl integration

Cribl stands at the forefront of log management innovation, providing essential features, such as log routing, transformation, and enrichment. By integrating OCI logs with Cribl, organizations can streamline their log management workflows and extract actionable insights to propel their business forward.

Cribl collects log data from various sources, including OCI, and seamlessly transmits it to destinations such as Google Chronicle and Splunk for advanced Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) activities.

The integration process

architecture diagram for the solution

Integrating OCI logs with Cribl involves pushing the OCI logs to a stream, with Cribl consuming the data from the stream through its Kafka source. For detailed instructions on how to achieve this integration, see Integrate Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Logging with Cribl using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Streaming.


Integrating OCI logs with Cribl opens new avenues for organizations to enhance visibility, improve operational efficiency, and make data-driven decisions. Embracing integration-friendly approaches not only facilitates the smooth transmission of logs but also fosters a cohesive ecosystem where data can be easily accessed, analyzed, and acted on. Experience the transformative impact of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure logs with Cribl integration today!

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Vishak Chittuvalapil

Senior Cloud Engineer

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