Bugsnag Enterprise helps our development team fix issues faster with automatic alerts and deep crash diagnostics, all without any data ever leaving our data centers.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 09, 2014
For the first time, software teams can unlock the benefits of Bugsnag’s cross-platform application crash monitoring, while ensuring compliance with both internal policies and external regulatory requirements, such as PCI, and HIPAA.
“Bugsnag is now the best enterprise-ready crash monitoring service on the market,“ said James Smith, Bugsnag co-founder and CEO. “As well as the compliance benefits, Bugsnag Enterprise also enhances your teams’ existing workflows by integrating tightly with enterprise tools such as GitHub Enterprise and Atlassian’s JIRA.“
“Having bug-free software is important to every company,” said Adrian Macneil, Engineering Manager at Coinbase. “Bugsnag Enterprise helps our development team fix issues faster with automatic alerts and deep crash diagnostics, all without any data ever leaving our data centers. Our engineers are more productive at resolving bugs, so they save time and can ship releases quicker which ultimately keeps our customers happy.”
Bugsnag Enterprise can be installed on any Linux server in just 30 minutes using Docker, an open platform for building, shipping and running distributed applications. Docker container technology allows applications such as Bugsnag Enterprise to be infrastructure-agnostic, providing portability across every major platform.
“By packaging and distributing Bugsnag Enterprise using Docker, we provide a quick, seamless installation and immediate, zero-downtime updates,” said Simon Maynard, Bugsnag co-founder and CTO.
Bugsnag Enterprise is the first crash monitoring solution tailored specifically for enterprise companies. Sectors with strict compliance requirements including Payments, Finance, Healthcare and Government, can now access detailed diagnostic information while protecting sensitive data such as personally identifiable information (PII), personal health information (PHI), as well as customer, financial, and proprietary data.
Bugsnag Enterprise is generally available to customers today.
Bugsnag is the leading enterprise-ready, crash monitoring platform for web and mobile applications. Founded in September 2012 by James Smith and Simon Maynard, and headquartered in San Francisco, Bugsnag provides software teams with automated crash detection and alerting tools, and enables faster bug fixes with powerful prioritization and diagnostics dashboards. To date, Bugsnag has monitored over 100 billion application sessions from thousands of top technology companies, including CBS Interactive, VMWare, Red Bull and TaskRabbit. For more information, visit bugsnag.com/enterprise or follow on Twitter at @bugsnag.