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Quickly pinpoint what’s broken and why. Rollbar collects a wide variety of context data, including detailed stack traces, request params, URL, environment, affected users and much more. Review error trends by occurrence, browser, deployment, OS, location, user, host. Get a deeper understanding of your errors and exceptions. Learn more.
With Rollbar, your application errors automatically get grouped by root cause. Customize your grouping rules to reduce noise and see what’s really happening in your code. Setup notifications for email and services you already use in your workflow. Only get notified about the errors you care about. Learn more about grouping.
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Get to Rollbar Zero 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 automatically. Learn more.
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Notify Rollbar when you deploy code and get a 360 degree view of your entire deployment history for each environment and how deploys affect error rates. See which commits were included in each deploy and view full diffs for even more insight and context. Learn more about deploy tracking.
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See which users experienced specific errors. Or look up the full history of errors seen by a particular user. Stay on top of support issues and reach out to specific users when errors occur or when an issue is resolved etc. Learn more.
RQL provides you with a rich querying interface to the data in Rollbar. It’s purpose built to be SQL-like and familiar to SQL users. Learn more.
The Rollbar API provides a RESTful interface to the data in your account. Use the API to create notifiers for additional languages, get data out to integrate with other systems, query for analysis, and more. Learn more about the our API.