Cloud Error Logging

Instant and Insightful Cloud Error Logging for Finding and Fixing Exceptions

How much time do your engineers spend sifting through massive log files to find errors, rather than writing new code? At Airbrake, we help find and fix your errors, providing instant insight into the line of code that's broken, the environment in which it occurred, and the deploy it's tied to. We make assessing and fixing errors fast, so that your engineers focus on building new features instead of chasing down old bugs.

Airbrake monitors all of your applications, providing cloud error logging that is intelligently grouped, which makes reviewing and resolving similar errors easy. And with Airbrake's intuitive dashboard, you can see the total number of exceptions, the number of errors since your last deploy, and whether your error rate is going up. Furthermore, Airbrake's detailed stack traces make it simple to drill down and figure out what's breaking your application.

Airbrake works with all major programming languages — Java, Python, PHP, JavaScript, Ruby, etc. — and is quick and easy to configure so that you can monitor exceptions across your entire stack.

In addition, Airbrake's cloud error logging tool:

  • Allows you to track errors over time - for individual errors, or across the entire project
  • Provides aggregated error data - quickly identify users, URLs, browsers, and more
  • Delivers insight into the impact of deploys on error volumes and types

What's more, Airbrake improves the productivity of your team by making managing and triaging errors easier than ever. Receive error notifications instantly via email or chat, create tickets and issues with a single click, or use webhooks and our fully featured API to create custom integrations that enhance your workflow.

Find out what's broken, who's affected, and how to fix it, with Airbrake's cloud error logging tool.

“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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