Inspect global throughput and performance graphs for your web requests and background jobs. It shows how your apps are improving over time, and is a great indicator of possible app-wide issues.
We conveniently list all your controllers and background jobs, so you can sort, inspect and compare their performance. It is a great way to pro-actively improve the slower parts of your app.
So your entire app is slowing down? Wonder what's causing it? Find out with our slow events graph, and instantly see if particular types of events are causing overall slowness.
We track the number of memory allocations per event, so you can easily spot which events are using too much of your memory.
You can always dig deeper! Use custom instrumentation to track blocks of code, or use custom metrics to track anything you can imagine.
Get performance averages and 90th percentiles for your entire app.
AppSignal monitors all major background processors for Ruby. Get the full list in our docs
Find your slowest queries, API calls or other events that are causing slowness all over your app.
Link directly from AppSignal to your CRM by tagging on customer data.
Your data is safe in our European data centers. But, we'd still rather not receive any private data. We offer extensive options to filter sensitive data from ever being sent from your app.
Instrument parts of your code to get deeper and more detailed insights in performance breakdowns and event timelines.
View CPU, Disk, IO and Memory statistics for each of your hosts and get a clear picture of your hardware.
Want to prevent noise and exclude some actions from being reported to AppSignal? Ignoring actions you care less about is easy.
Want to do something fancy with the data we collected on your app? Use our API and get all the data you need. After all, it's yours.
We offer a 30 day free trial, but who doesn't? What sets us apart is the way we care for you. We're just a chat message or email away and would love to help you get your app in the best shape possible.
Read our WeTransfer case study to learn how we monitor their 20B requests each month.