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Marking Issues as Fixed in Sentry

Since its inception Sentry has allowed you to resolve errors — that is, tell the system that the issue is fixed. This made sense if you…
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Snoozing Issues in Sentry

We pushed out a minor, but long overdue error monitoring feature today: Snoozing.If you’ve used the muting functionality in Sentry you’ll…
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Welcome Eric Feng

We’re excited to announce that Eric Feng is officially joining the engineering team, where he’ll be focusing on growth and customer…
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Rethinking Roles

Sentry has a long history of building features to add support to complex organizational security. It’s the reason we support things like…
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Single Sign-On is now Open Source

Sentry has always been a company built on open source fundamentals. In our past jobs we constantly pushed organizations to allow us to open…
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Austin Drinkup

DjangoCon is in Austin this week and myself, Ted, and Armin will be kicking off Sentry’s first community drinkup. Whether you’re here for…
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Welcome Matt Robenolt

We’re excited to announce that Matt Robenolt is officially joining the engineering team at Sentry.Matt is a long time member of the Sentry…
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Welcome Ted Kaemming

We’re excited to announce that Ted Kaemming is joining the engineering team at Sentry.Previously, Ted worked on infrastructure projects at…
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Take Part in the Sentry 8 Beta

Nearly 18 months ago we began exploring a brand new look for Sentry. Around the same time we also decided to modernize Sentry’s frontend…
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Transaction ID Wraparound in Postgres

If you’re familiar with Sentry at all you know that we live and breathe SQL. For a long time I’ve had the stance that simple solutions are…
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Logging Go Errors to Sentry

So you’re picking up Go and wondering “where did all my exceptions go?” It takes a bit to wrap your head around using Go, especially if you…
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Free for Academia

For a long time we’ve had an unwritten policy to support students and education. Over the years that has included various organizations…
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Driven by Open Source

Seven years ago I would frequent an IRC channel setup for users of the Django web framework. Like an old-fashioned Stack Overflow, it was a…
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Single Sign-On via Google and New Pricing

Today we’re launching integration with Google Apps. The biggest change is that all of our company-focused tiers now include Single Sign-On…
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Continuous Deployment with Freight

Early on at Sentry we set up Jenkins to automatically deploy after a passing build. Eventually we wanted better control over where we were…
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Welcome Armin Ronacher

We’ve been building Sentry the product for a while now, but we’ve only recently begun building Sentry the business. With the overwhelming…
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OpenSSL Vulnerability and SSL Certificate Changes

You’ve likely already heard about the recent OpenSSL vulnerability called Heartbleed. We have no indication that any of our systems were…
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Alerts Beta

Today we’re launching the first draft of alerts in Sentry.Alerts are triggered when a project’s global events per minute accelerates beyond…
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