Since the launch of our in-depth performance metrics, we’ve been receiving an increasing number of requests to support additional languages, and finally it’s time to take the big step. After many months of hard work, we’re thrilled to open Opbeat to our first additional language, and announce our Opbeat for Node.js private beta!
We’re stoked to welcome Casper Hübertz as our new Visual Designer! We’ve been fans of Casper’s work for a while and can’t wait to work with him full-time.
Billie Thompson (@PurpleBooth), Contracting Software Developer at the UK Home Office, gives a run through of deployment with Kubernetes, and discusses how the UK Home Office implements a culture of reuse within the DevOps team.Read on→
We have just released version 2.1 of the Opbeat app for Android. This update includes a brand-new notifications list and a sleeker design.Read on→
Tracy Osborn (@limedaring), Hello Web App author, shares how she got into programming, her success on Kickstarter, and what to expect from her new book Hello Web App: Intermediate Concepts, coming in December 2015. Read on→
Jacob Kaplan-Moss (@jacobian), Django contributor and Director of Security at Heroku, talks with us about managing continuous deployment at Heroku, how they use intrusion detection systems to keep things safe in house, and shares tips on ways that smaller teams can improve their security processes. Read on→
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.