Get Sinatra error monitoring with complete stack traces


Take advantage of built-in integrations with Rails, Sidekiq, DelayedJob, and more of your favorite RubyGems.


Enable asynchronous reporting so errors are logged quickly in a background job.


Filter and group Sinatra exceptions intuitively to eliminate noise.

Fill in the blanks about Sinatra errors


Expose important events that led to each Sinatra exception: timestamp, a string to label where the event happened, message.

See the full picture of any Sinatra exception


Get the user’s unique id, contact info, and IP address, as well as any localization as context to resolve the error and notify your customer.

Index and aggregate tags to easily search your error reports, see the distribution of issues, and find what’s a priority or a trend.

  • “What subscription or membership level is most affected?”
  • “Was it a change in your Heroku environment variables?”
  • “Did your code or a dependency cause the exception?”
  • “Is the Sinatra exception limited to a single server?”
  • “What arguments caused the ActiveJob to fail?”

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Resolve Sinatra 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.

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 Sinatra error and instantly send deploy emails.

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