S3stat - Web Log Analysis for CloudFront and Amazon S3

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S3stat is a service that takes the detailed server access logs provided by Amazon's CloudFront and Simple Storage Service (S3), and translates them into human readable statistics, reports and graphs.

Details

Company: Expat Software
Inquiry e-mail address: jasonkester@gmail.com
Amazon Web Services Used: Amazon Simple Queue Service (Beta)
Solution URL: http://www.s3stat.com/
Audience: Developers
Pricing: Both Free and for-fee tiers available
Created On: February 4, 2008 11:16 PM GMT
Last Updated: June 30, 2009 8:09 AM GMT
S3stat is a service that takes the detailed server access logs provided by Amazon's CloudFront and Simple Storage Service (S3), and translates them into human readable statistics, reports and graphs.

Every night, we'll download your access logs, translate them, sort them, and run them through Webalizer, the industry-standard web analytics reporting package. We'll take the processed log files and reports, and stick them right back into your Amazon S3 Bucket for you to view.
  • Get Access to your CloudFront and S3 Web Logs in a format that you can use. S3stat will set it all up for you automatically.
  • Track your CloudFront and S3 Usage Statistics through graphical reports generated on a nightly basis.
  • Identify performance bottlenecks caused by slow loading content. S3stat keeps statistics on S3 processing time and system latency.
  • Consolidate your web usage reports by downloading nightly log files in Common Logfile Format and Combined Logfile Format.
  • Industry Standard web statistics provided by Webalizer, the leading web log analysis and reporting package.

Comments

Great service!
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cloudberryman on January 10, 2010 12:27 PM GMT
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