#error monitoring

Error monitoring is a process of tracking and analyzing errors in software applications or websites. It involves collecting data about errors, such as the type of error, when it occurred, and how it affected the user experience. This data can then be used to identify patterns and pinpoint the root cause of the issues. Error monitoring also helps developers to quickly identify and fix bugs in their code, ensuring that users have a smooth and reliable experience.
DevOps.js Conf 2024DevOps.js Conf 2024
21 min
Guardians of the Applications: Conquering Node.JS App Monitoring
Ever struggled with monitoring in your Node.JS apps? Not anymore! By sharing the good, the bad, and the hair-pulling from our own experiences, I want to help you steer clear of monitoring chaos. We’ll see how truly knowing how your apps work help you have more focused monitoring. This allows you to dodge black holes checkbox monitoring can have as you can make sure that important metrics and alerts are not swallowed. Additionally, we’ll see how strategic and focused logging, monitoring, and alerting with tools like Graylog, Grafana and Prometheus can supercharge your app’s resilience. Join to uncover how reliability and monitoring patterns and anti-patterns can help improve app quality. You will return armed with invaluable insights that can skyrocket your monitoring game!
DevOps.js Conf 2024DevOps.js Conf 2024
23 min
Next-Level JavaScript Error Tracking with Sentry
Discover advanced techniques to track and resolve errors in JavaScript applications, using Sentry as a powerful ally. This session will explore the art of pinpointing issues before they hit users, streamlining your error-handling process, and enhancing application performance.
Node Congress 2022Node Congress 2022
21 min
Mastering Error Handling Node.js
Errors happen to every programmer. Devs have different choices: suppress it, notify the user, report to the team, ignore it or write code to handle the error.
In this talk, you will learn all the important aspects of the Node.js error system, the types of errors, different ways to deliver an error, and patterns to improve error handling - with examples!