We monitor your favourite Ruby (on Rails) frameworks:
A REST-like API framework for RubyExplore documentation
A document-oriented NoSQL databaseExplore documentation
Popular web-application frameworkExplore documentation
Simple, efficient background processingLearn more
Track exceptions, get error alerts, debug and fix them with ease.
Monitor the performance of your slowest actions and inspect their timeline down to the nanosecond.
Monitoring for your servers: keep an eye on CPU, Disk, Network & more.
Avoid surprises and set triggers for anomalies on any metric you'd like.
Collect metrics from your code and chart them on dashboards.
Get alerted in real-time when your application is down.
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# Add to .gemfile source "https://rubygems.org" gem "appsignal" # Ruby on Rails installation bundle exec appsignal install YOUR_PUSH_API_KEY
AppSignal's monitoring agent is built with Rust. It's lightweight, stable and already runs in thousands of applications.
If you need us, we’re there for you. We’re committed to making AppSignal monitoring great for you and your team.
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If there’s one thing you need to trust, it’s your APM. We're ready to help you monitor, at every scale.
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