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How Tackle Monitors Performance in Serverless: "We continuously use @getsentry to monitor run time errors and API performance so that we can give our developers visibility into real customer experiences."
Earlier in the summer I was worried the Slopes server was too slow. Installed @getsentry’s new Laravel performance monitoring to rnd sample calls yesterday. Good to have hard numbers that my code isn’t particularly slow 😄
Sentry is amazing @getsentry I know about every issue as it happens. Down to the file and line number where the error occurred. Without having to manually look at logs.
👀 9.3k error events, oof fixed! Thanks @getsentry
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