Airbrake vs. Raygun

Why Airbrake vs. Raygun is No Contest

There are few things that impact your company's reputation more than the way you respond to a customer complaint. Users expect a good experience and a quick resolution in the event that any do problems occur. When so much is on the line, it's little wonder that leading engineering teams across the globe choose Airbrake for their error monitoring service. Airbrake promptly identifies the problem so that you know what's broken, who it affects, and how to fix it.

Airbrake integrates in minutes and is compatible with every major programming language up and down your stack, including Rails, JavaScript, Node.js, Python, and Ruby. By silently watching your applications and delivering alerts in real time to all new errors impacting your users, Airbrake provides critical insights into your application's exceptions. From stack traces, to context, to browser breakdown, and more, Airbrake gives you everything you need to assess the scope and determine the root cause of the problem.

In addition, Airbrake provides:

  • A mobile optimized web app for 24/7 access from anywhere
  • Breadcrumbs to let you see what happened before and after the error
  • Robust, custom filter options to let you see just the errors you want

With deploy tracking, detailed dashboards, and error trends, managing errors has never been easier. And Airbrake lets you know immediately when a new error occurs, whether you use email, Jira, GitHub, Slack, Flowdock, or another communication tool.

Stop searching log files. Let your team get back to building new features instead of chasing down old bugs. Capture and track your applications exceptions in a matter of minutes, with Airbrake. Can Raygun do that?

“It wasn’t until we switched to Airbrake that we finally were able to get our exception emails under control. The ability to see your errors in one place, mark them as resolved, and organize them by deploy makes all the difference.”

Joshua Krall


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