Sentry

San Francisco, CA, USA
2011
Nov 24, 2021   |  By Milin Desai
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve acquired Specto, a powerful mobile profiling tool from ex-Facebook mobile experts who share our determination for building developer-first performance monitoring products that actually suit the modern dev stack.
Nov 18, 2021   |  By Armen Zambrano G.
At Sentry, we’re always looking for innovative ways to dogfood our product. Over the last year we added Sentry’s error monitoring to our developer environment so that we could better understand the health of it. In this blog post I’m going to touch on how fragile local development environments can be, how we brought observability into what’s happening by introducing Sentry, and what outcomes it has driven for our engineering organization.
Nov 16, 2021   |  By Sasha Blumenfeld
For many engineering leaders, measuring their team’s impact can be hard to quantify and a face:palm process, filled with searching through logs and exporting data sets to cobble together a report that most people won’t even look at twice. And let’s be honest, if you wanted to spend time making reports, you wouldn’t have become a developer.
Nov 2, 2021   |  By Kathy Lam
To give you enough notice to fix an issue before it escalates, we’re evolving our alerts and making them more proactive with Change and Crash Rate Alerts. So when your application experiences a change from the norm or a dip in crash-free sessions, Sentry will (smartly) alert you via Slack, Teams, PagerDuty, or old-fashioned email.
Oct 28, 2021   |  By Rahul Chhabria
Given the millions of registered Unity developers worldwide, Unity is arguably the most popular engine used to develop games. But, whether you’re building the latest FPS or a turn-based classic, you need visibility in how your game is performing on a gamer’s device. More than 800 game development and platform companies rely on Sentry, from OutFit7 to Riot, Epic Games, and Unity.
Oct 21, 2021   |  By Chad Whitacre
Sentry is an open source company. We started out in 2008 as a small open source side project, and we grew within the community for years before commercializing in 2012. We’ve worked hard to keep our full product as open source as possible, while scaling as a business. Considering our commitment to open source, we are grateful to be able to give back to the community (and what better time than during Hacktoberfest, amirite?). (P.S.
Oct 7, 2021   |  By Sasha Blumenfeld
Missed part one? Check out the full guide here. As companies grow, so do their products, teams, and the number of external tools. For engineers, that can mean code sprawl, data silos, notification fatigue, and some “what the…?” moments along the way as they try to make sense of it all.
Sep 28, 2021   |  By Sasha Blumenfeld
As companies grow, so do their products, teams, and the number of external tools. For engineers, that can mean code sprawl, data silos, notification fatigue, and some “what the…?” moments along the way as they try to make sense of it all.
Sep 16, 2021   |  By Sasha Blumenfeld
If you know someone who actually likes managing work across projects, we’d love to meet this mythical being. Because we can’t imagine who enjoys hand-sifting through digital piles of notifications, prioritizing issues, then tracking down the right developer to assign the issue to. And once you’re done with that detective work, your engineer-of-the-hour may not even have access to the right tools to resolve the issue. Who’s got time for all this org chart spelunking?
Sep 9, 2021   |  By Kathy Lam
When you’re trying to optimize your application for performance, it helps to understand not only the number of people affected, but also user conditions of the slowest transactions, such as OS, browser type, and even connection type. When you’re looking at performance data, it can be hard to see the forest through the trees.
Nov 23, 2021   |  By Sentry
These are actual videos submitted by Sentaurs for our monthly Show-N-Tell. We have not edited them except for obscuring personal information that may appear in screenshots. Some videos may include screenshots that contain fictitious usernames or email addresses for illustrative purposes.
Nov 19, 2021   |  By Sentry
These are actual videos submitted by Sentaurs for our monthly Show-N-Tell. We have not edited them except for obscuring personal information that may appear in screenshots. Some videos may include screenshots that contain fictitious usernames or email addresses for illustrative purposes.
Nov 18, 2021   |  By Sentry
When it comes to managing multiple applications and services, driving alignment and communication across teams can be like herding cats. Too many channels, projects, and cross-functional stakeholders can cause friction that slow down issue management and affect the overall product experience.
Nov 8, 2021   |  By Sentry
Solving your front-end performance problems can be hard, but identifying where you have performance problems in the first place can be even harder. In this live workshop held live at Vue.JS 2021, Abhijeet Prasad, software engineer at Sentry.io, dives deep into UX research, browser performance APIs, and developer tools to help show you the reasons why your Vue applications may be slow. He'll help answer questions like, "What does it mean to have a fast website?" and "How do I know if my performance problem is really a problem?". By walking through different example apps, you'll be able to learn how to use and leverage core web vitals, navigation-timing APIs, and distributed tracing to better understand your performance problems.
Nov 8, 2021   |  By Sentry
Sentry’s Evan Purkhiser and David Wang will walk through Sentry’s 2000+ file Typescript/React codebase at a special workshop that took place at React Advanced 2021. They’ll tell war stories of the good, the bad, and the ugly. Gaze in wonder at their modern usage of Typescript, react hooks, and styled components. Recoil in disgust at their legacy Reflux usage and perplexing Webpack configuration. Step away from the workshop with a working knowledge of techniques to keep a large-scale frontend codebase modern and maintainable.
Oct 14, 2021   |  By Sentry
Phillip Jones (Product Manager @Sentry) and Can Zhang (Engineering Manager @Nextdoor) walk through how Nextdoor uses Sentry to surface errors to the right people and reduce noisy alerts.
Oct 5, 2021   |  By Sentry
Richard Propst (Solutions Engineer @Sentry) and Lee Robinson (Developer Relations @Vercel) walk through how to build, deploy, and monitor Next.js Applications using Sentry and Vercel.
Sep 23, 2021   |  By Sentry
Philipp Hofmann (Software Developer @Sentry) talks about the relationships between Traces, Transactions, and Spans.
Sep 23, 2021   |  By Sentry
Philipp Hofmann (Software Engineer @Sentry) shows how developers can troubleshoot Cold and Warm App Starts.
Sep 23, 2021   |  By Sentry
Philipp Hofmann (Software Engineer @Sentry) shows how developers can troubleshoot Slow Frames in their mobile applications.

Open-source error tracking that helps developers monitor and fix crashes in real time. Iterate continuously. Boost efficiency. Improve user experience.

Sentry provides open source error tracking that gives you insight into every crash in your stack as it happens, with the details needed to prioritize, identify, reproduce, and fix each issue. Sentry supports all popular languages and platforms, and offers a perspective that enables you to see which errors are doing the most harm to your business and help you understand how issues affect your bottom line.

Find out about exceptions right away. Set up Sentry in minutes with just a few lines of code. Get notifications via email, SMS, or chat as part of an existing workflow when errors occur or resurface.

Quickly find and fix production errors. Triage, reproduce, and resolve errors with max efficiency and visibility. Exception handling with Sentry helps developers build better apps and iterate faster.

See the impact of each release. Integrate error tracking with your commit and deploy workflows. Aggregate events to see where bugs happen, how often, and who's affected before users even notice.

Error tracking built for community. Sentry started as and remains a 100% open-source project, now delivered as a hosted service. Development aligns to security, observability, and production at scale.

Users and logs provide clues. Sentry provides answers.