Companies and teams of developers around the world rely on Opbeat every day. One of the most popular feature requests we have gotten over the summer has been to add access to performance monitoring data into our Android app.
Opbeat makes it easy to always stay on top of things when you’re away from your computer. But sometimes, a complete break is needed, and instead of notifying you while you’re unavailable, we want to make sure the right people get notified.Read on→
Since announcing application performance metrics for Django, in July, we’ve been amazed by the response from the Python community. When out on the road talking to Python developers at events and meetups, the top feature request has been the wish to use Opbeat with Flask applications.
Jonas Pfenniger (@zimbatm), Platform Engineer at Pusher.com, talks about how he built a replacement for Travis CI using Jenkins and Docker in a new project called cide. If you like using Travis CI for open source projects but want something similar for private repositories, watch the talk and see how they solved the challenge.
Andrew Godwin (@andrewgodwin), Django Core Contributor & Eventbrite Engineer, talks about building a Heroku for Python, migrating from MySQL to PostgreSQL without downtime, and what Kickstarter can do for the Django community.
At Opbeat, we’re all about empowering developers to fix issues with their applications quickly and painlessly. That is why we’re incredibly pleased to launch in-depth performance metrics for Django.
At Opbeat, we try to outsource as much as we can in order to focus exclusively on building out and improving our core product. Therefore we love well-crafted services that help us get stuff done. Here are 5 apps we love and use, every day.
All 5 apps are part of the sweet Startup care package that offers a great bundle for startups with more than 35 apps and $4,000 worth of goodies, for free. Opbeat is part of the package, too.
At the bottom of this page, you will find a link to grab your free bundle.
Nikolai Onken (@nonken), VP of Engineering at Cloud9, talks about his teams experiences of working in the cloud, iterating towards better processes, and scaling the incident response workflow with Slack bots.
Yesterday we shipped an update to our user interface that puts focus on the content by getting rid of the sidebar and using the full grid for the important stuff. With the app navigation out of the way, the layout feels much more focused around the data you are diving into.