Evolution of observability in software development is moving application performance and error monitoring closer together
Sentry offers error tracking and performance monitoring to help developers monitor their application health from frontend to backend. Used by more than 1 million developers and 80,000 organizations worldwide, the company provides code-level observability to many of the world’s best-known companies like Disney, Peloton, Cloudflare, Eventbrite, Slack, Supercell, and Rockstar Games.
Sentry is known for their history of financial support to open source projects and is announcing specifics for a new, formalized round of giving. In addition to supporting the overall operations and infrastructure of the OpenJS Foundation through its membership, project-directed funding includes four projects under the OpenJS Foundation umbrella: Ajv, ESLint, Mocha, and webpack.
Sentry is also making a financial contribution to the Linux Foundation to support the broader efforts of the Linux community.
“Performance and error monitoring are key to good software development, and open source solutions lead the way,” said Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation. “Sentry’s thoughtful support of open source developers through its contribution to the Linux Foundation and OpenJS Foundation will help further sustain critical open source projects today.”
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