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Automate, Group, and Get Alerted: A Best Practices Guide to Monitoring your Code - Part 2

This is part two of a two-part series on how to monitor code health at scale with Sentry.
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Hacktoberfest is Upon Us

Ah, October. Pumpkin spice fills the nostrils of Northern Hemispherians, spring stirs the air in the South, and DigitalOcean & Friends bring…
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Automate, Group, and Get Alerted: A Best Practices Guide to Monitoring your Code - Part 1

This is part one of a two-part series on how to monitor code health at scale with Sentry.
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Find the right person at the right time to fix the right issue with SCIM for Okta, Code Owners with GitHub, and more

If you know someone who actually likes managing work across projects, we’d love to meet this mythical being. Because we can’t imagine who…
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Use Suspect Tags to improve App Performance

When you’re optimizing your application for performance, it helps to understand the user conditions where the slowest transactions occurred…
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Guest Post: Performance Monitoring in GraphQL

A quick cheat sheet to integrate Sentry Performance in your Apollo Server.
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Mobile Vitals - Four Metrics Every Mobile Developer Should Care About

Slow apps frustrate users, which leads to bad reviews, or customers that swipe left to competition. Unfortunately, seeing and solving…
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Distributed Tracing 101 for Full Stack Developers

Welcome to Part 1 of our multipart series on Distributed Tracing for Full Stack Developers. In this series, we’ll be learning the ins-and-outs of distributed tracing and how it can assist you in monitoring the increasingly complex requirements of full stack applications.
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Guest Post: Troubleshooting Feature Flags with Komodor and Sentry

Mickael Alliel is a DevOps Engineer who enjoys experimenting with new technologies and methodologies. Mickael is currently developing the…
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Fluttering our Mobile Wings

Once a year we let our imagination go wild for a whole week during our annual Hackweek event. It’s where we come up with product updates…
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Instrumenting Our Frontend Test Suite (...and fixing what we found)

Adding Instrumentation to Jest Here at Sentry, we like to dogfood our product as much as possible. Sometimes, it results in unusual…
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Root out the odd operation with Operations Breakdown

Transactions are sent when your service receives a request and sends a response, like an API call or a page load. Within each transaction is…
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Become A Hidden Champion. Work With Me In Vienna.

A term of business endearment — if there is such a thing — is to call a company a hidden champion. It’s bestowed on businesses who quietly…
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Jamstack June: A Recap

Like any jam session, Jamstack June must end. But not before we reprise a few of our greatest licks of the month: Our Next.js SDK monitors…
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Why Debugging JavaScript Sucks — And What You Can Do About It

What makes JavaScript great is also what makes it frustrating to debug, but there are methods you can use to improve this unfortunate debugging experience.
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Jamstack, Next.js, Netlify, and Sentry: How The Pieces Fit

Jamstack (Javascript + APIs + Markup) is a web architecture that combines the convenience of pre-built websites with the capacity to handle…
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Find the Root Cause Faster with Trace View and Trace Navigator

Like a bratty teenager, traditional monitoring answers your questions, but does so in a terse, unhelpful manner: Why is my page slow? Guess…
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Sentry Application Monitoring for Next.js

As you could probably tell from the title, we shipped an SDK for Next.js. This means you can capture errors, measure performance, manage…
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