AppSignal brings your team focus and control over monitoring. Now everyone can contribute.
Bits will hit the fan, sooner or later. With AppSignal, resolving incidents is smooth and effortless.
Send issues to Github, get alerts in Slack. AppSignal works with all the tools developers love to use.
Track exceptions, get error alerts, debug and fix them with ease.
Monitor the performance of your slowest actions 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.
Get alerted in real-time when your application is down.
Collect metrics from your code and chart them on dashboards.
Collect and manage application logs in an easy-to-use interface.
Visualise your application performance metrics.
Assign errors or performance issue to your team and never be in doubt about who is responsible for what.
Get an overview of all issues assigned to yourself or others. Never lose track of an issue again.
Mayday, mayday! Triage issues and provide the context behind them to your colleagues (this will pay off in the future).
Get issues into your issue tracker and make sure they end up on your team's backlog.
Send AppSignal alerts to Discord channels
Receive AppSignal alerts in your email
Send error, performance and trigger alerts to Flowdock
Create events in Intercom if a user experiences an error
Send error, performance, and trigger alerts to MS Teams
Send AppSignal alerts to Opsgenie and use their on-call schedule
Send AppSignal alerts to PagerDuty and use their on-call schedule
Send error, performance and trigger alerts to Slack
Use a custom webhook to receive alerts
Send incidents from AppSignal to Asana
Create Github issues out of AppSignal incidents
Create GitLab issues out of AppSignal incidents
Create Jira tickets out of AppSignal incidents
Create Phabricator cards out of AppSignal incidents
Create Pivotal tickets out of AppSignal incidents
Send incidents from AppSignal to Shortcut
Create Trello cards out of AppSignal incidents
Do you need help, have a feature request or just need someone to rubber duck with? Get in touch with one of our engineers.