Sentry

May 23, 2018
2011
San Francisco, CA, USA
Apr 17, 2019   |  By Brett Hoerner
Kubernetes, like a lot of other tools, can be noisy. Errors and warnings often go completely unnoticed in the event stream. Or sometimes they are noticed, but are hard to understand in the context of what else is happening in the cluster. Sentry, unlike a lot of other tools, works to eliminate that noise as much as possible, including Kubernetes-related noise.
Apr 11, 2019   |  By Kelly Carino
Sentry helps developers monitor and fix crashes in real-time. Of course, finding and fixing bugs with Sentry is easier when Sentry itself is set up in a way that minimizes disruption. Our help center and documentation can help with that. We’ve also put together a list of the most common issues our Support team works on with Sentry customers that you’ll find useful (or, at least we hope you do).
Apr 8, 2019   |  By Adhiraj Somani
Remember Microsoft’s trusty assistant, the annoying/endearing Clippy? We built something similar for the modern web, minus the annoying parts, and discovered that, if done right, it can increase user engagement and success with your product.
Apr 4, 2019   |  By Neil Manvar
Imagine, you dear reader, have an e-commerce website (it’s 2019, after all) where you sell artisanal hot dogs. This site is built on several services that talk to each other to make sure your customers can easily purchase their organic, grass-fed hot dogs.
Mar 29, 2019   |  By Chloe Condon
On this episode of Exception Perceptions, Tammy Butow, Principal SRE at Gremlin and creator of the popular O’Reilly Chaos Engineering Bootcamp, helps us organize our thoughts on Chaos Engineering. Watch the episode, and read more of Tammy’s suggested practical ways to perform Chaos Engineering. Then go and get all of her Chaos Engineering resources.