Spend less time debugging, searching logs, recreating issues and triaging hundreds of alerts. Get error notifications in real-time, grouped by root cause, with rich contextual data. Including detailed stack traces, request params, URL, environment, and affected users.
Take control of errors with easy-to-use workflow controls. Get notified of regressions when Resolved errors reoccur. See what matters and Mute to hide items from your view. Override the Severity of errors. Distribute tasks by assigning errors to members of your team. And create issues in your preferred issue tracker (JIRA, Trello, Asana, Pivotal Tracker, more).
Ignored errors, negatively impact your customers experience. Identify 1 user issue before it affects 1,000. Get visibility into the types of errors seen by specific users and the number of users for each error. Be more informed and proactive when things break.
Rollbar keeps a history of your deploys, commits, and undeployed changes. For each error, Rollbar automatically identifies the suspect deploy, that caused the issue. See which commits were included in each deploy and view full diffs for even more insight and context.
Remain unaware of failures in client-side dependencies and APIs
Trying to debug minified code
No visibility into which client state lead to errors
Visibility into failures of client-side dependencies and APIs
Source map integration to see proper source code and stack traces
Telemetry shows the client events that led up to the error
Ember telemetry provides a timeline of events in the browser leading up to when an error occurred. This helps you find the root cause of Ember errors faster by providing critical information on user behavior, network activity, and more will.
See what environments experience each error to identify patterns affecting specific browsers, operating systems, IPs, etc. And, get insight into users who've experienced errors, or which deployments are suspected to have caused the error.
We offer several ways to reduce noise and help you focus on errors that matter. We automatically group errors using fingerprints, you can merge errorsand you can configure rules to ignore errors on the client side. For example, you may want to only track errors from your own domain and ignore errors when the user has a browser extension that interferes with your code.
We will only release if we’re confident we have a quality candidate to go out. Rollbar is an essential part of our release process, helping us make sure that the code and the new features we’re shipping are as high quality as possible. It’s the best tool in the industry.