New Relic Alternatives

Airbrake is the preferred alternative to New Relic for developers

Users demand a quality experience. When that experience is compromised you lose money, but you also lose goodwill, and that's much harder to get back. Application performance monitoring is no substitute for app quality monitoring, which is why leading engineers from across the globe rely on Airbrake.

Airbrake silently monitors your applications 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, and notifies you when a new error occurs. Whether you use Slack, Bitbucket, email, or another communication tool, Airbrake alerts you in real-time. Furthermore, Airbrake makes it easy to assess the scope and determine the root of an error by providing stack traces, context, browser breakdowns, and more.


Airbrake allows you to monitor code quality across your entire stack, as it's compatible with every major programming language, including:

  • Python
  • Node.js
  • PHP
  • Java
  • iOS
  • and more


Are my apps getting better or worse? More buggy? Am I really fixing those bugs we’ve been closing? Airbrake’s dashboards, error charts, reports, and other analytics answers these questions and more. No more guessing. And Airbrake's proprietary and customizable grouping algorithms cut through the noise so you can focus on fixing the errors that matter most. Debugging has never been so easy.

Stop assuming your customer experience is okay. Know it is, with Airbrake.

“Airbrake has such an intuitive experience for debugging that it enabled a significantly faster triage process. For a recent issue, I started reading through the git diff (~1000 lines) and spotted the bug within a minute or two. The fix was deployed moments later. All in all it took just 30 minutes from error detection to deployed fix.”

- EatSafeCode

“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."

- Groupon

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