The best software engineering roles in New Zealand

John-DanielAnnouncementsLeave a Comment

This is a ‘we’re hiring’ post, but I’m hoping to make it a little bit different by sharing the philosophy behind how we run our engineering team at Raygun. Engineering led Raygun, the company, was co-founded by Jeremy Boyd & I. We are both software engineers by trade, but business people too. We understand the value of great marketing, brand … Read More

Feature Update- Filter inbound crash reports by HTTP hostname

Jeremy BoydAnnouncements, Product UpdatesLeave a Comment

feature release in bound filter

We recently released a new feature to allow you to filter out incoming crash reports based on data in that report matching a defined rule (e.g. 404 requests, bot traffic, reports which originated from a nominated machine). We have had really positive feedback to this feature. The capability covered a wide range of feature requests we have had for Crash … Read More

Integrating Raygun with Azure Service Bus Queues

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Azure service bus

Azure Service Bus offers a reliable and scalable message bus and by leveraging the queues provided with this service you can easily build integrations between your systems and/or third party systems and services. We have a large number of Raygun customers running on Azure so we’re pleased to announce support for Crash Reporting notifications to be raised to a Service Bus queue. This allows you to … Read More

Integrating Raygun with Amazon SQS

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Amazon SQS Raygun Integration

Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) offers reliable and scalable hosted queues as a service. By leveraging SQS you can easily build integrations between your systems and/or third party systems and services. As many of our customers use Amazon Web Services as part of their systems we are now pleased to announce support for Crash Reporting notifications to be raised … Read More

How To Use Pulse As A Customer Journey Mapping Tool

Yosan LegaspiPulseLeave a Comment

customer journey mapping tool

You don’t have to be blind when building new software features. Especially since so much dev time and money goes into every stage of release. But what can we do to make sure the features we release are consistent with what our customers want? One way is to build a customer journey map for your company. Having a document like this is like … Read More

Provider Update: Custom Error Grouping For PHP

Freyja SpavenPHP, Provider UpdatesLeave a Comment

custom grouping for PHP

Intelligently grouping errors is one of Raygun Crash Reporting’s primary features. However, we understand that sometimes you may need to be able to manually group your errors according specific criteria. For example, if you use Amazon Beanstalk, there could be many machines under one application but you may only find an error under a single machine. In this case, it becomes quite handy to be able … Read More