Sentry AWS – AMI Overview
Sentry is an open-source essential bug-tracking tool for developers. It allows you to monitor problems and exceptions in real time and actively respond to improve the quality of your product.
Thousands of developers use Sentry on a daily basis to track and fix production errors. With Sentry, you can tag and filter data to get a concise view of various problems, fix bugs fast and integrate error tracking with your workflows.
Sentry helps developers like you build better platforms and apps, and iterate faster.
Now you can run Sentry without the hassle of the installation process. Simply launch the Sentry Error Tracker AMI and you will get a full functional Sentry installation.
With this AMI you get a complete Sentry (sentry.io) stack with:
- Sentry 9.1.1
- nginx 1.14.0
- Redis 4.0.11
- PostgreSQL 10.9
- Separate 4G swap disk
- System tuning and optimizations
• Sentry.io is an open source error-monitoring tool that identifies errors and helps in the debug process. It’s great to get insights on whether you should spend time fixing a specific bug, or roll back to a previous version.
• Simple Sentry is the AMI for Amazon AWS to install Sentry on your EC2 environment. You’ll soon be able to catch errors in real-time as you deploy, and every error will include information about software, environment and the users themselves.
- Version: 20181710
- Categories: Issue & Bug Tracking, Monitoring, Log Analysis
- Operating System: Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS
- Delivery Methods: Amazon Machine Image*
*An Amazon Machine Image (AMI) provides the information required to launch an instance, which is a virtual server in the cloud. You specify an AMI when you launch an instance, and you can launch as many instances from the AMI as you need. You can also launch instances from as many different AMIs as you need.
Works like a charm out of the box and the Momate team are very helpful and responsive! Also, thank you for offering this for free!
Works out of the box
It doesn’t need any additional configuration inside the AMI. Just open required ports (port 80 to Nginx reverse proxy and port 22 to ssh) using security group permissions for your EC2 instance to get Sentry server up and running. Very nice answer from author when asking for update to a newer version of Sentry.
Properly made AMI with simple and clear instructions for post-installation. Email support has
also been kind and exhaustive when contacted for info.
Appreciate taking the time to build this AMI
Just found this, looking for a quick way to test Sentry. Thanks for the good work providing this Open Source solution for FREE.