Hello, we are using AWS's image resizer Serverless Image Handler | Implementations | AWS Solutions
To get an image, you need to base64 encode a json object such as
So you would end up with a url of https://random-letters.cloudfront.net/eyJidWNrZXQiOiJteS1zMy1idWNrZXQiLCJrZXkiOiJwYXRoL3RvL3lvdXIvaW1hZ2UuanBnIiwiZWRpdHMiOnsicmVzaXplIjp7IndpZHRoIjoyMDAsImZpdCI6ImNvdmVyIn19fQ== This url is what ends up in the cloudfront logs that are delivered to the s3 bucket.
What I'd like to do is have Logstash grab these cloudfront logs, decode url, and grab the "real" url
path/to/your/image.jpg for Elasticsearch