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Escalate Critical Issues with PagerDuty and Sentry

Connecting Sentry and PagerDuty is a great way to make sure important issues don’t get stuck in backlog purgatory. But sometimes there’s a…
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Issue Tracking with Linear and Sentry

This integration was built on the Sentry Integration Platform — a new way for developers to build workflows on top of Sentry. Interested in…
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Finding and Fixing Django N+1 Problems

The Django Python framework allows people to build websites extremely fast. One of its best features is the Object-relational mapper (ORM…
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The Great Irony of Serverless Computing

Serverless is great for so many reasons. Scale, speed to deployment, service management, etc. We can't say the same about debugging Serverless issues till now. Learn about how our latest updates help you resolve Serverless issues in minutes.
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Continuous Improvement in Native

Track crash-free sessions, crash-free users, version adoption, and the overall health of each release of your native applications with Sentry.
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The Pain of Debugging WebAssembly

WASM can do some awesome things. But what’s not awesome? Debugging with WASM.
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Enable Suspect Commits, Unminify JS, and Track Releases with Vercel and Sentry

Calling all JavaScript developers. Read all about our newest integration with Vercel that automatically generates releases, configures suspect commits, and uploads source maps for you.
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Asynchronous CSV Exports with Discover

We made it easier for you to access the data you've been itching to get your hands on. With Asynchronous CSV Exports, you can define what you need and we'll notify you when it's ready to download.
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Automate Release Management with the Sentry Release GitHub Action

Check out our new and official GitHub Action.
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Go-Getting Lazy-Loading

In our latest edition of the Dogfooding Chronicles, we use Performance to motivate lazy-loading user-facing data.
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API Authentication Bypass

On July 20th a customer informed us of an authentication bypass vulnerability in our API. In the end, we found no evidence of any customer data exposure. But as always, there are a few lessons learned. Read more here.
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Handling GraphQL Errors Using Sentry

When GraphQL queries go wrong, the focus is usually on handling the returned exception. Guest contributor, Bruno Scheufler, writes about how he takes the original GraphQL request and translates it into a more informative response, using Sentry
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See Slow Faster with Performance Monitoring

Like nature intended, but better. Performance Monitoring from Sentry is taking off.
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Crash by API

Crashes are something we know a thing or two about. Here are some ideas on how to prevent your app from crashing due to an SDK issue that's out of your control.
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Don’t Be Alarmed by Alerts

Set thresholds. Receive alerts. Sentry’s new Metric Alerts makes it easy to swift-ly, react to issues before things go off the rails. C what we did there?
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Sentry Data Wash Now Offering Advanced Scrubbing

Advanced Data Scrubbing is a new alternative way to redact sensitive data just before it is saved in Sentry. Now you can define custom regular expressions to match on sensitive data and much more.
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Dogfooding Chronicles: Thinking Backward, Moving Forward

In part two of Dogfooding Chronicles, our team used all available resources — Discover, Metric Alerts, and our new Performance offering — to track a slow-loading frontend issue back to its backend origins.
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Self-Hosted Sentry Switching to CalVer

We're switching to CalVer for all of our open source releases. Look out for new versions... I mean releases once a month. Get the first one: Sentry 20.6.0.
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