We know having the right information at the right time is vital in understanding and fixing a performance issue. Since releasing the updated designs for the Performance pages, we’ve worked on introducing additional context to transactions.
Today we’re happy to announce that we’re bringing Opbeat APM to Heroku as an add-on.
We’re excited to release an updated version of the Performance Metrics design.Read on→
We’re delighted to welcome Tereza to the Opbeat team. As a frontend developer, Tereza is already hard at work fixing bugs and bringing new features to life.
We’re happy to announce MySQL support for our Node.js stack. We now support MySQL, PostgreSQL and MongoDB out of the box.
Today we shipped an updated design of our notification emails. The design will feel consistent no matter the activity and give the same great reading experience whether you’re on a desktop or mobile device.
We’re so happy to welcome Dorte Rosenbom to the Opbeat team. As our new Operations Manager, Dorte will take the reins of our day-to-day operations, make sure the office is in good shape and help ensure that the team is fully caffeinated at all times.
Today we’re releasing the new Dashboard.
Your Dashboard will quickly give you a detailed overview of the current state of your apps. For each app, the Dashboard shows you the 95th percentile response time as well as error occurrences over time and any releases made in the past 24 hours. Additionally, you’ll be able to see the average response time, the number of new error groups, and how many open errors are still assigned to you.
We’re excited and proud to have joined the Node.js Foundation as a Silver Member and we look forward to working with the Foundation to help advance the development of the Node.js platform and grow and support the community.
You can read the official announcement here. I also did a Q&A on why we joined, why we’ve built Opbeat for Node.js and why we think Node.js is important to both the developer community as well as the enterprise.
Vanja has been with us since the very beginning. Actually, he was our very first employee when he joined a very young Opbeat as frontend web developer back in early 2013. In fact, Vanja joined us before we even had a website or a blog, and therefore we’ve never officially welcomed him on here. Obviously, we can’t have that, so we’re fixing that today.