Dockhero writes Docker logs into Heroku logs stream and provides one-click integration with Newrelic for server monitoring.
Dockhero logs can be identified within the Heroku logs stream by
term$ heroku logs -p dockhero --tail
If you use Heroku addons for log processing (like Logentries, Papertrail or Librato), the logs from your stack will also appear there.
You can also attach to Docker's logs stream directly, bypassing Heroku's logplex:
$ heroku dh:compose logs --follow
The current resource consumption is visible in Heroku add-on dashboard on Resources tab
heroku addons:open dockhero
The environment runs in AWS and has certain limits on total memory and disk space - see Limits and Alerts
You will get an e-mail alert whenever your stack consumes more than 90% of the available resources.
Historical usage is available via one-click Newrelic integration. On Resource tab in Heroku add-on dashboard, enter your Newrelic licence key and press "Install". If you use Newrelic as a Heroku add-on, you can get the license key via CLI:
heroku config:get NEW_RELIC_LICENSE_KEY