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Sentry provides answers
Source code, error filters, stack locals — Sentry enhances application performance monitoring with enriched stack traces.
Quickly identify performance issues before they become downtime. View the entire end-to-end distributed trace to see the exact, poor-performing API call and surface any related errors.
Breadcrumbs make application development a little easier by showing you the trails of events that lead to the error(s).
The software development cycle can be riddled with ambiguity. Issue Owners put control back in the hands of developers to fix what’s broken in their code.
Real-time application monitoring means data, in real-time. Query raw event data across your organization with Discover, Sentry’s query builder.
Dashboards add a visual element to our application monitoring.
Enterprise Application Monitoring
Your entire organization needs visibility into application health. Sentry provides context to uncover insights for engineers, support, product, and beyond.
Event spike? Don’t worry; we’ll be ready. Every part of the Sentry service uses properly-provisioned, redundant servers and is maintained regularly.
Sentry rarely encounters issues. No, really — check for yourself at status.sentry.io, our dashboard that tracks our uptime in real-time.