Get Celery error monitoring with complete stack traces


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See local variables in the stack for prod errors, just like in your dev environment.


Introspect more deeply into the runtime and jump into the frame to get additional data for any local variable.


Filter and group Celery exceptions intuitively to eliminate noise.

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Fill in the blanks about Celery errors


Expose the important events that led to each Celery exception: SQL queries, debug logs, network requests, past errors.

See the full picture of any Celery exception


Aggregate errors by details like HTTP request, hostname, and app version to see what’s new, a priority, or a trend.

Assign custom tags to reproduce the error environment specific to your application, business, and users.

  • “How actionable is the error? Can I snooze the alert?”
  • “Which lip sync cat fail video threw the exception?”
  • “In which app release did the Celery bug occur?”
  • “Did the app crash in search, load, or update?”
  • “Was it the kraken?”

Sentry also supports your frontend

Resolve Celery errors with max efficiency, not max effort


Improve workflow with a full view of releases so you can mark errors as resolved and prioritize live issues.

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Learn in which version a bug first appeared, merge duplicates, and know if things regress in a future release.

Add commit data to automatically suggest an owner of each Celery error and instantly send deploy emails.

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Security doesn’t cost extra


All accounts get the same high quality security features, regardless of plan.

  • Two-Factor Auth
  • Single Sign On support
  • Organization audit log

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  • PII data scrubbing
  • SSL encryption

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Celery debugging that looks nice too

Have some self-respect while you monitor errors

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Seriously though, stop hoping your users will report Celery bugs.

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