Coders Cafe - Logging in .Net Core using Serilog and MongoDB - Sam Abraham
Tuesday, May 19th, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
May 17, 2020,
Volume 266, Issue 2


.Net Core offers a very modular logging mechanism that gives us the ability to register one or more providers that can 'listen in' and act on messages of interest. One provider, Serilog, is well regarded as a high-performance structured logging package featuring a rich set of 'sinks' for writing log events to storage in various formats. One interesting sink implementation is for MongoDB, a popular NoSQL, Document-based database.

Join us in this talk as we demonstrate how to easily incorporate Serilog into a .Net Core project and configure it to log to MongoDB. We will present an overview of MongoDB and discuss our architecture decisions and reasoning for leveraging Serilog and MongoDB for high-performance logging.

Hosted by Dave Noderer From FlaDotNet

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