Tutorials, product info and good advice from the Honeybadger crew.
Here at Honeybadger, we are big fans of GitHub Actions' workflow automation and CI/CD features. We like it so much that we decided to add two of our own contributions to the community!
Now you can trace stacks at light speed by uploading your source...
On this week's episode of FounderQuest Josh, Ben, and Starr talk about their SOC 2 and GDPR compliance efforts. They go over the different strategies to handle compliance, the potential costs involved, and discuss if it's worth the time and money.
What the heck is FounderQuest and what is it doing on the Honeybadger blog?
FounderQuest is a weekly podcast recorded and produced by the founders of Honeybadger, Ben, Starr, and Josh (these guys). It covers a wide range of topics centered around...
Introducing the pgpartitionmanager gem: It helps you easily maintain PostgreSQL partitioned tables that need to be created and dropped over time as you add and expire time-based data in your application.
Configuring your Rails app via environment variables works well, but sometimes you want to be able to update your configuration on the fly. Here's a way to update your app's environment using SSM Parameter Store.
Why would you want to do this? Well...
Here at Honeybadger, we want to do our part to help student developers keep their apps free from errors. That’s why we are excited to offer our error monitoring, uptime and check-in monitoring tool free of charge to students that take advantage of the GitHub Student Developer Pack.
Using Honeybadger’s orb allows your team to easily track deployments as part of your workflow. Our orb will automatically include the SHA of the revision that was deployed, which we link in the Honeybadger UI to GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket, so you can see at a glance what got deployed and when.
At Honeybadger, we use Redis a lot. It's our Swiss Army Knife; it's a cache, a single source of truth, it stores background jobs, and more. Basically, Redis is one of those services that should never fail.
I was pondering the DevOps apocalypse recently...
We added a useful debugging tool called Breadcrumbs. Check them out, and perhaps you will never need a random debug log in production ever again.