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Error Monitoring


How Datadog's Technical Solutions team uses RUM, Session Replay, and Error Tracking to resolve customer issues

Organizations across a wide range of industries share a common goal: deploy stable applications that support their customers’ needs. Many of these organizations rely on the Datadog platform to get complete visibility into the health and performance of their applications, and we understand how important it is that our services are reliable. That’s why we leverage our own products to ensure that the platform works as expected.


9 Top Frontend Application Monitoring Tools to Catch Errors

Most developers are familiar with the concept of tracking an application's performance. We've all had to undertake our performance debugging at some point. It typically occurs when there is a significant problem with potential cost or user impact. We don't take the time to examine the application's performance in various scenarios till after that. Of course, you can and should monitor various components of the application separately.


Error Monitoring - The Necessary Application Feature

To err is human. The process of software development can’t be error-free; fixing errors is part and parcel of building software applications. And, no matter how much you dislike those harsh error messages when your code fails and exits, you have to admit that they save you from a lot worse.


Get Started with Python Error Reporting

Python is one of the most industry-oriented languages. It has versatile usability and features that are great for all types of tech teams. You can make both frontend websites and backend APIs with Python. According to a report by Statista, around 48.24% of the developers worldwide use Python as one of their programming languages. Python is a backend technology in most cases, so monitoring the application is very important. The backend is the backbone of the application.

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How much could software errors be costing your company?

Errors are an inevitable part of building software. But while you can't eradicate them, you can definitely mitigate them. If you don't measure, track or resolve errors, you're ignoring a loss in revenue. It's time to pay attention to how much software errors are costing your company and take action, catching them early with methods like smarter testing and crash reporting. Using a few industry averages, you can put a number to the real cost of software errors in your company and start to plug cash leaks like wasted developer time and lost customers.


Monitoring Performance and Errors in a Django Application with Sentry

Sentry is a monitoring platform that allows developers to track errors and performance data. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to add Sentry to a Django application so that you can track and resolve any errors or performance issues that occur while your application is in production.


Retrace Power User Tips and Tricks - Error and Log Management

The explosive growth of ecommerce has slowed in the last year. But the need for businesses to deliver a great digital user experience continues to grow. Companies that don’t rely on online customer purchases can still suffer blows to revenues due to a poor online experience. Market conditions are raising the importance of Application Performance Monitoring (APM) tools to ensure every digital interaction with your company is positive. APM tools vary by design, features and functionality.


How We Run Successful Beta Tests with Error Reporting

We’ve recently completed a large beta test for our new product here at Testmo. We build a test management tool, so most of our users are professional software testers. As you can imagine, our customers are a rather critical group of users when it comes to software quality. We’ve learned some important lessons about running a large beta test and we want to share how we benefited from Sentry error reporting to identify, find, and fix issues quickly.