Custom Metrics: Overview

Using the Stackify Custom Metrics API, you can easily report, log, and monitor any number of custom metrics, business KPIs, and other important business or application events that could provide insights into application or user behavior. With Stackify, you can monitor, trend, and setup alerts for these important events, making them an actionable part of your overall application health picture. …

Errors and Logs: Configure PHP Applications

You can capture errors and logs for PHP applications in a number of ways. Using the Stackify Library, you can either use a plug-in for an existing Monolog or log4php framework, or you can log to us directly via the Stackify API.  Specific configuration instructions for each framework plug-in or using the API can be found on the Stackify Github …

Errors and Logs: Overview

Stackify’s Errors and Logs API enables you to get more from what you’re logging. Simply plug in a Stackify appender into your existing framework, or log your messages directly to Retrace without a framework via the Stackify API. Once properly configured, you will be able to get more contextual information about your exceptions, view your app’s log messages, begin correlating exceptions …

Release Notes: January 2015

Stackify’s January release includes a number of major improvements and features, along with full PHP logging support and Node.js app discovery.  Read on to see the new changes in Stackify. Log Collectors With the new log collectors feature, you can now easily configure the agent to upload Event Logs, Syslogs, PHP logs, or IIS request logs.  Navigate to the Settings …

Release Notes: November 2014

The two biggest features of this latest release includes the new Filter and Fields functionality and the new monitor results view for your monitors. New Filter and Fields Capabilities The new version of Stackify includes more powerful Filter and Fields functionality to be able to easily sift through your errors and logs.  With this comes an enhanced interface so you …