Today, we shipped an update to the error group list page, making it even easier to get an overview of who is responsible for which error groups. This is important as knowing who is in charge of fixing an error increases the accountability on the team and ultimately creates a better development flow.Read on→
As far as long-anticipated announcements go, this is most certainly one of them. The success of our iOS app has prompted many requests for an Android version. The good news? Opbeat for Android is now available.
William Tisäter, Head of Infrastructure at Tictail, shows how to build a failure resistant architecture with HAProxy and Consul.
This talk was recorded at our devops masterclass event co-hosted with Tictail in Stockholm.Read on→
At Opbeat, we constantly think about how we can help developers better understand how their app is performing, which issues an app has, and how pressing they are. And for a long time, we have thought that developers deserve a better, simpler solution for application performance metrics. Something that is built for developers not system administrators, and easy to use by solo developers and teams alike.Read on→
We have been working toward this moment for a while now: Today we complete the Opbeat platform with the release of application performance metrics. Now, purpose-built for Django, Opbeat users have full access to the first complete ops platform for developers.
Opbeat’s mission is to help developers operate their code together. And to do so, we have found that you need at a minimum four key components: Application performance metrics, release tracking, error logging and workflow.
We released an update to the iPhone app today, focusing on notifications and a better overall experience.
Just as using a password manager and two-step verification will make your digital life more secure, encrypting your communication will help you restore your privacy and defend yourself against mass surveillance. This is not just something that only terrorists need to worry about. This applies to you.
You already know that digital security is important, but might not have gotten around to doing anything about it. Now is the perfect time!Read on→