Sentry 9: Improving Workflow Productivity for Development Teams
Certainty saves time, especially in a flood of application data. In the past, too little visibility into issues that affect user experience was among the product team’s biggest challenges. Today, the pain comes from a lack of prioritization and no clear path to resolution when problems pop up. However, with Sentry 9, developers can maintain focus and take action when it matters most, collaborate in their existing workflow, and stop losing time to investigation and triage.
Developer Efficiency and the Power of Knowing
Sentry is the world’s most widely used error tracking tool, monitoring more than 250 millions events per day and loved by more than 100,000 developers globally. For the first time, every developer can get instant visibility into how their production code affects real users and automatically triage and resolve issues as part of their existing workflow.
Sentry a Rising Star on Forbes 2017 Cloud 100 List
Sentry, the global leader in error tracking, is named one of the 20 Rising Stars as part of the Forbes 2017 Cloud 100 list, the definitive list of private cloud companies in the world, published by Forbes in collaboration with Bessemer Venture Partners.
What is Sentry Scouts?
We’ve all been to bad meet-ups. You know how it goes: sometimes there’s no WiFi, sometimes there’s a monotonous speaker, sometimes they run so long that you don’t get to chat with anyone afterwards. And the cherry on top… the “subtle” product pitch at the end.
GitHub and Sentry
For this integration series webcast, join GitHub Trainer Eric Hollenberry and Sentry Developer Advocate Chloe Condon as they configure in-depth code monitoring within the GitHub ecosystem. Sentry provides real-time crash reporting, giving your team insight into errors affecting your customers in production for dozens of languages and frameworks.
Cut Time to Resolution from Five Hours to Five Minutes
Developers rarely have the information they need to fix real problems at the source. Even in agile organizations, key details of issues that affect user experience are usually caught in a lengthy game of telephone between customer support, QA, and product management: