At Sentry, we receive a million requests a minute to process and store crashes from all around the world. And it’s our Operations Team’s responsibility to ensure that everything goes right with these requests, but it’s also their responsibility to not burn themselves out in the process of dealing with everything that goes wrong.
We collect fifty thousand custom metrics inside of DataDog, but only alert on less than fifty of them. James Cunningham leads our internal observability initiative, creating and maintaining those alerts.
In this talk, he discusses the full lifecycle of an alert at Sentry, including:
Includes the most interesting questions from the closing Q&A.
Here’s a quick look at how Sentry handles your personal information (PII).×
We collect PII about people browsing our website, users of the Sentry service, prospective customers, and people who otherwise interact with us.
What if my PII is included in data sent to Sentry by a Sentry customer (e.g., someone using Sentry to monitor their app)? In this case you have to contact the Sentry customer (e.g., the maker of the app). We do not control the data that is sent to us through the Sentry service for the purposes of application monitoring.Am I included?
We may disclose your PII to the following type of recipients:
You may have the following rights related to your PII: