Use Graylog Plugin for Confluence to add Graylog charts, maps and reports to your Confluence pages. This is particularly useful to create system or service status pages with online data from your log server.
You start by setting connection to your Graylog server at the plugin configuration page:
After you have successfully connected to your Graylog server you can start using the addon.
You can use the Graylog Chart macro to draw a pie chart or a histogram.
You can select specific date to draw a chart for by clicking calendar icon in the top left corner or you can click a 'period' link in a calendar popup to select a period:
You can use the Graylog Map macro if your Graylog server is configured to support geolocation. You specify a geolocation field to draw a circle on a map. Circle radius is proportional to the number of messages originating from this location.
You can use Graylog List macro to print selected messages from your Graylog server