Rollbar integration with RudderStack
Real-Time Error Tracking and Debugging Using RudderStack and Rollbar
With RudderStack, you can seamlessly send your event data from a variety of data sources to Rollbar. All you need to do is configure Rollbar as a destination in RudderStack. Once enabled, events collected by RudderStack will automatically start flowing to Rollbar in real-time.
By Integrating Rollbar with RudderStack, you can:
- Get all your event data across multiple sources to Rollbar without having to manually instrument the integration
- Collect user events and traits and automatically send them to Rollbar without implementing any duplicate tracking code
- Skip development process and save time for other important technical issues
What you can do with Rollbar
Get real-time alerts for all errors, including unhandled exceptions as they occur
Take proactive actions on errors before they impact users with AI-assisted workflows
Create custom integrations, export data, and more with webhooks and REST API
Retrace browser events that lead to an error using the Telemetry feature
Encrypt data at rest with a unique encryption key for each project
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How can we help you?
What is Rollbar used for?
Rollbar is a bug tracking service that enables developers to easily monitor and track bugs in their code base.
Is it hard to set up Rollbar?
Difficulty can vary based on the complexity of your code base and technology stack. Many users choose to simplify implementation by sending data through secure bug tracking integration tools like RudderStack.
How much does it cost to integrate Rollbar with RudderStack?
What is Rollbar API?
The Rollbar API offers a RESTful interface to data in your system. It can also be used to create notifiers for additional languages, get data out to integrate with other systems, and much more.
Who uses Rollbar?
Rollbar customers include Starbucks, Slack, Ticketmaster, Target, Pinterest, Airbnb, and Fidelity.