Error monitoring system from Rollbar now on Google Cloud
|Christian Hargrave in Android Friday, April 12, 2019|
Rollbar partners with Google Cloud Platform to enhance automatic error detection for developer software.
Rollbar announced its partnership with Google Cloud and its availability on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Marketplace. Rollbar provides automatic error detection and analysis centered around its customizable grouping engine. GCP Marketplace lets users quickly deploy software that runs on Google Cloud Platform and allows customers to easily start up a familiar software package with Google Cloud services, with no manual configuration required.
With debugging taking up to 50 percent of software development time, adding Rollbar’s error-monitoring solution to the GCP Marketplace means customers now have instant access to a cutting-edge solution that enables developers and DevOps teams to monitor errors in real-time as new software is built and deployed, notify the right team of an error, and have rich contextual data for debugging the error faster across the development lifecycle. With Rollbar, engineering teams can detect application errors and resolve them quickly - greatly reducing the time and human resources spent on traditional debugging.
“Availability on the GCP Marketplace empowers development teams to take advantage of Rollbar’s real-time error monitoring solution - enabling them to release their software with confidence by providing visibility into the quality of code throughout their development lifecycle,” said Brian Rue, CEO of Rollbar.
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