Cloudflare Enterprise customers have access to detailed logs of HTTP requests for their domains. These logs are helpful for debugging, identifying configuration adjustments, and creating analytics, especially when combined with other data sources, such as application server logs.

You can download your logs using the Logpull API or have them pushed to your cloud storage provider using the Logpush service, which can be configured via the Cloudflare dashboard or an API.

The data from Logpull and Logpush is exactly the same. As such, you’re free to choose the method that’s most convenient.

To get started with Cloudflare Logs, contact your account manager or Cloudflare Support to enable log storage for your Enterprise domain. Note that by default, Cloudflare does not retain your logs.