SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Raygun, the error, crash and performance monitoring platform for software teams is set to change the world of application development and management with the announcement of their Application Performance Monitoring & Management service - Raygun APM.
The offering will go hand in hand with the company’s current Crash Reporting and Real User Monitoring products, turning Raygun into a one-stop shop for any software development team’s application monitoring needs. Alerting teams to software errors in their application’s code and report on poor quality end-user experiences.
“The addition of APM to the Raygun Platform delivers on our vision of an integrated monitoring solution. Errors, crashes, real user performance and server/application monitoring can now be all in one place, not siloed or fragmented between teams," said Raygun co-founder and CEO, John-Daniel Trask. "We’ve been building towards the most integrated monitoring platform for years, re-thinking what is achievable and supporting all modern solution architectures.”
The Application Performance Management market is set to be worth $4.98 billion by 2019 and Raygun sees itself as a differentiator to other APM vendors including New Relic, AppDynamics, and DataDog. By bringing together data from errors, crashes, front-end performance and server-side performance into one place, teams access an unrivaled level of visibility into software health.
Raygun has also built-in tight integration with GitHub for the initial release, which automatically links the diagnostic details captured to the actual source code in your GitHub repository. All a developer needs to do is inspect the code causing the issue and take the appropriate action, with all the relevant information served to them, without having to switch between tools.
Raygun APM is an exciting new addition to the Raygun Platform, which is already used by thousands of software development teams worldwide, including Domino’s Pizza, Coca-Cola, Nordstrom and Microsoft.
Pricing is yet to be finalized but is expected to be competitive with APM market leaders. While in beta, Raygun will provide access to APM at no charge, leading up the official release date in a few months’ time.
Raygun provides a window into how users are really experiencing your software applications.
The service monitors billions of end-user experiences each day and comprises of error and crash reporting, front-end performance monitoring and APM within one solution. Giving teams a complete, 360-degree view of their software health, all in one place.
Unlike traditional logging, Raygun silently monitors applications for issues affecting end users in production, then allows teams to pinpoint the root cause behind a problem with greater speed and accuracy with detailed diagnostic information for developers. Raygun makes fixing issues 1,000x faster than traditional debugging methods using logs and incomplete information.