Confluence does come with a basic logging facility
Just be careful if you have a high load system
There's also some more info in the Confluence knowledge base
You can also get the tomcat container to record the HTTP logs which can then be put through an analyzer like AWstats, webalizer or anything here
One tip though, don't use the tomcat configuration entry Atlassian give you, it won't work with most other analyzers, instead use this one, it's faster as well.
<Valve className="org.apache.catalina.valves.FastCommonAccessLogValve" directory="D:\atlassian-data\confluence-home\logs\access-logs" prefix="tomcat_access_log." suffix=".log" pattern="combined" resolveHosts="false" />
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