Rollbar

2012
San Francisco, CA, USA
Jun 29, 2020   |  By Julian Simpson
Velocity, much like the pulse rate or oxygen level of an individual, is an important measure of health for your development team. A low velocity score for recent sprints limits your team's options for delivering value. Sustained failure to deliver to stakeholders can erode trust with those stakeholders quickly. But how do you know exactly what your velocity is and how you can improve it?
May 26, 2020   |  By Renta Tamsi-Irsai
Earlier this year, we were invited to Threadup’s wonderful office space in Oakland to be one of the presenters at their quarterly Hackathon. Thredup, a fashion retail marketplace with over 35,000 brands, has been one of our key customers since 2013. We soon realized this wasn’t a normal Hackathon. This hackathon was dedicated to instrumentation and monitoring.
May 15, 2020   |  By Mehak Garg
We’re excited to announce our support for GitHub Actions with our new Rollbar Deploy GitHub Action. Teams using GitHub Actions for building their CI/CD pipeline can now easily send deploy information to Rollbar and respond to any new errors quickly.
Apr 7, 2020   |  By Jon de Andrs Fras
April 7th, 2020 • By Jon de Andrés Frías In the first part of our series of blog posts on how we remove technical debt using Apache Kafka at Rollbar, we covered some important topics such as: In the second part of the series, we’ll give an overview of how our Kafka consumer works, how we monitor it, and which deployment and release process we followed so we could replace an old system without any downtime.
Mar 10, 2020   |  By Jon de Andrs Fras
March 10th, 2020 • By Jon de Andrés Frías In this two-part series of blog posts, we’ll explain how Kafka has helped us in removing parts of our architecture that we consider to be “legacy”. During the development of a project sometimes we need to take decisions on our architecture or software design that may not be the best decisions from a pure and perfectionist technical perspective.
Oct 6, 2016   |  By Rollbar
Introducing a better error monitoring workflow for Rollbar + Atlassian
Aug 14, 2016   |  By Amitav Roy
In this code I will show you how to use Rollbar as a service to track the errors and exceptions in your application which will in the long run help you have a stable application and help reduce errors.