Centralized Logging for AWS and Azure in AWS S3 and Elasticsearch

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    I want to implement centralized logging in AWS for AWS EC2 and Microsoft Azure VM Services.

    I want that all logs (both for AWS and. Azure) are stored in AWS.

    My Suggestion:
    For AWS:

    AWS EC2 -> AWS CloudWatch Logs -> AWS Kinesis -> AWS S3 / AWS ElasticSearch.

    For Azure:
    My Suggestion: Azure VM -> Azure Monitor -> Azure Logs -> Azure Funktion -> AWS API Gateway -> AWS Kinesis -> AWS S3 / AWS ElasticSearch

    We have 80% Apps in AWS and 20% in Azure.

    Do you have any better idea?

    Thanks a lot!

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