# CloudWatch Logs
CloudWatch logs is the central piece of logging in the AWS system. Most services, such as Lambda, can be tied to the logs, to enable you to view console statements that were run. Logs are setup into log groups, which are usually tied to one service. When logs are written to the log groups, they are grouped in 15 minute intervals and saved into what is called a log stream. Each individual item is called a log event.
# Commandeer Key Features
- View a list of all your CloudWatch logs
- View which lambda is connected to the log and vice versa
- View every stream and event that takes place in your system