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Introducing Snuba: Sentry's New Search Infrastructure

For most of 2018, we worked on an overhaul of our underlying event storage system. We’d like to introduce you to the result of this work — Snuba, the primary storage and query service for event data that powers Sentry in production. Backed by ClickHouse, an open source column-oriented database management system, Snuba is now used for search, graphs, issue detail pages, rule processing queries, and every feature mentioned in our push for greater visibility.

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Sentry 9.1 and Upcoming Changes

We recently tagged our final point release in the Sentry’s 9.x series. Just like old versions of Sentry, this includes a huge swath of bug fixes, improvements, and new features. If you’re on our cloud service, you’ve had access to these (and newer features) for quite a while due to the way we cycle features out. If you’re updating from a previous version of self-hosted Sentry and interested in the major highlights, take a look at our changelog.

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Sentry Integration Platform: Project Management with Clubhouse

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again — teamwork makes the dream work. Nothing quite says teamwork like a software development project management tool that focuses heavily on enabling every person on every team to work collaboratively. In this case, that tool is Clubhouse, who also just happens to be an early adopter for the Sentry Integration Platform.

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Introducing the Sentry Integration Platform

Since Sentry started, people have been asking us to build integrations for their favorite services. We get it — developer tools are always better when they work together. As Socrates said, teamwork makes the dream work. We like to help out, and that’s why today we’re launching the Sentry Integration Platform. Now you have the power to build the kind of integrations you want to see in Sentry. No need to wait around for us to do it.

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Surface Kubernetes Errors with Sentry

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.