Raygun Unlimited: Advanced error, crash, and performance monitoring without limitsPosted Sep 19, 2017 | 2 min. (329 words)
Here at Raygun, we understand that building great software means introducing software errors and performance problems once in a while, no matter how hard you try. It’s part of your growth as a software company.
Over the past few years, we have helped increasingly large organizations find and fix software performance problems. Organizations like Coca-Cola, Domino’s Pizza, Microsoft, and Virgin Holidays rely on Raygun to provide a better software experience for their end users. We recognize that large-scale software comes with unique complexities; heavily customizable apps, millions of online orders, various backend environments, and different cloud management systems – all creating problems.
Therefore, when using error and performance monitoring software across complex systems, it becomes easy to hit usage limits. This can become a roadblock when trying to fix errors for end users – Worrying about your quota levels, rather than getting on with fixing the problem.
Which is why today, we’re taking those limitations away. We now offer unlimited applications, unlimited integrations and unlimited team members on all our standard plans.
Plus on selected platform plans (Platform Business & Platform Enterprise plans only) you’ll also get UNLIMITED DATA, removing this bottleneck so you can get on with resolving errors and performance problems for your customers.
What this means for you
Unlimited usage is especially relevant when:
- If a poor deployment throws a large volume of errors at the end of your monthly billing cycle, you won’t have to worry about going over your data cap
- You add new team members to a department. Add unlimited users to get everyone up to speed with errors quickly
- Plug Raygun into every nook and cranny of your infrastructure and monitor it all under one platform
If you have any questions or are looking to change your plan type, please get in touch with a friendly team member here.
Or perhaps you’ve not tried Raygun yet? Well, you better get started.