Why developers pick Airbrake as an alternative to Site24x7
You've mastered the art of server and application monitoring, but is anyone monitoring your customer experience? Your customers could still see problems, even if your applications are up and running. And compromised customer experience costs more than just money, it costs you goodwill. You need something to help you identify and fix problems quickly so that you can get back to the business of delighting customers. You need Airbrake.
Compatible with all major programming languages, including Perl, Java, PHP, Ruby, and iOS, Airbrake silently monitors errors up and down your stack. If a new error occurs, Airbrake sends a real-time notification to the communication tool of your choice (email, Slack, etc.), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With stack traces, context, and browser breakdowns, Airbrake lets you know who saw an error, when, and how many times. And our robust, custom filter options help you prioritize errors so that you can focus on fixing the errors that matter most.
Leading engineers around the world choose Airbrake to:
- Fix bugs faster - identify, assess, and fix errors quickly with access to stack traces, parameters, and affected users
- Monitor code quality - manage and triage errors with deploy tracking, error trends, and detailed dashboards
- Improve team productivity - use custom workflow integrations to collaborate, prioritize, and triage errors
Application performance monitoring isn't the same as monitoring your user experience. See how Airbrake can give you visibility into your customer experience to make it better.
“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.”
“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."