Error monitoring & reporting for Rails apps

Automatically detect Ruby on Rails exceptions, prioritize what needs attention, and find the answers you need to quickly resolve errors and ship applications with confidence.

Powerful Rails error monitoring and reporting

Built to monitor and report Rails exception on apps of all sizes, Bugsnag surfaces valuable information that helps you deliver high quality products to your users.

Get up and running quickly with easy startup and installation

Setting up error monitoring with Bugsnag is as easy as installing the Bugsnag's Ruby gem. It takes less than a minute to integrate into your Rails application.

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Get alerted to errors affecting users

Bugsnag automatically captures errors and alerts you via email, Slack, PagerDuty, and more. You'll also see detailed error reports in your dashboard for faster debugging.

Integrate with your Laravel ecosystem

Bugsnag works well with your Laravel tooling — integrate with the application logger, or monitor your Lumen projects, too, with Bugsnag for Lumen.

Real-time alerts where you already work

Bugsnag automatically alerts you via Slack and PagerDuty when errors are detected. Select your alerting preferences to know when new errors, regressions, or spike in your error rate occur.

Proactively address software quality

Visibility into errors is only the first step. With two-way integrations and in-app workflow, you'll also make progress prioritizing bugs and moving them through your debugging process.

Understand the root cause of Ruby errors

When exceptions occur, Bugsnag gives you a range of context about the event. Discover where and when the error happened and details about your affected users. Reproduce errors and pinpoint the source of the issue faster.

Keep track of all your Rails tools

The Bugsnag platform includes integrations for Rake, Rack, Resque, Sidekiq, and DelayedJob, giving you extra context about jobs that fail and where your errors were generated.

Reproduce errors with environment data

Important diagnostic data is automatically collected on each error like the browser and version, OS, request, and React specific data. You can also send custom data if what we capture isn’t enough.

Automatically collected user activity

Efficiently reproduce errors with a timeline of user and system events leading up to each error, like clicks, console logs and errors, page load, and more.

User and environment data

Bugsnag automatically captures diagnostic data like request information, session data, and more. It also captures user information in order to correlate errors with customers.

Customize your error reports

Bugsnag automatically captures as much information as possible, but since all apps are unique, you can easily customize your reportand send the data you need to assess and reproduce every error.

Rails insights you can act on

Keep your team focused on fixing the issues that matter most with powerful workflow and prioritization tools.

Filter out the noise

Focus on exception that matter with full-text error search and precise error grouping. Sort your Rails errors to find the ones that occur most frequently or that have the greatest impact on your users.

Notify your team instantly

Keep a close watch on your Rails app from places like Slack and Gitter, or with email and SMS notifications. Automatically create tickets in JIRA, GitHub Issues, Pivotal Tracker, and more when a new error is found.

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Correlate errors with users

Looking at error counts alone won't give you a full understanding of an error's severity. Correlate errors with users to see how widespread an error really is.

Decrease noisy errors

Cross-browser error grouping, domain whitelisting, discarding errors from legacy browsers, and stripped out browser extension errors help to decrease noisy React errors and keep you focused on the ones that matter. Learn more JS monitoring best practices.

Get down to work

Code included with the full stacktrace helps your team diagnose Rails errors quickly from within your Bugsnag dashboard. Assign errors to the right people on your team, discuss what's happening, and stay informed of how errors are progressing from new to resolved.

Level up your error handling

Powerful features like releases, sessions support, and full-stack monitoring mean you can rely on Bugsnag for all your unhandled exceptions

Benchmark releases to improve app health

Use the Releases dashboard to decide if a release is successful or needs to be rolled back. The crash rate indicator shows the percentage of sessions in a release that end in a crash, allowing you to compare release health and track improvements over time.

Track errors by deployment

Bugsnag tracks deploys of your Rails apps on Heroku, Capistrano, and more. By sending the source revision or application version, you'll be able to see which release introduced an error and the diff where there's bad code.

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Go full-stack

With Bugsnag, you can also monitor Javascript errors alongside your Rails app. Get set up with a single script tag that enables cross-browser error grouping, browser and OS breakdowns, code snippets, and source map support, all to help you make sense of crashes.

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