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We are always working on making AppSignal better. Find updates about our progress here and stay up to date about the latest gem releases.

Comparing host metrics

By Tom de Bruijn on

Today we've launched the ability to compare hosts with one another. This makes it possible to spot badly performing hosts right from one page.

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Ruby gem 2.5 - JRuby support!

By Tom de Bruijn on

We've released a new gem version that supports JRuby!

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Improved host metrics and alerts

By Thijs Cadier on

We just launched a much improved way of keeping track of your hosts.

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Track cache hits
with custom metrics

By Robert Beekman on

Track how well your caching is optimized by using custom metrics.

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Elixir integration 1.4 released

By Tom de Bruijn on

We've released a new Elixir package version with support for FreeBSD and a fix for the DNS timeouts issue.

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Ruby gem 2.4 -
FreeBSD support and more exceptions!"

By Tom de Bruijn on

We've released a new gem version that supports FreeBSD and captures more exceptions!

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Better, more and more specific notification options

By Thijs Cadier on

Today we’re launching the ability to have multiple notifiers, and to have alerts for triggered anomalies sent to all notifiers.

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Two-factor authentication

By Jeff Kreeftmejer on

Stay safe and secure your AppSignal sign-in with two-factor authentication.

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(Mass) Change incident status

By Wes Oudshoorn on

You can now (mass) change incident statuses right from the overview!

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Introducing Anomaly detection (Beta)

By Wes Oudshoorn on

Today we are releasing a great new feature for AppSignal that enables you to track anomalies in your app.

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Improved Snapshots of your apps

By Wes Oudshoorn on

Introducing a much improved version of our Snapshot feature πŸŽ‰

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Elixir integration 1.3 released

By Jeff Kreeftmeijer on

We've just released version 1.3 of AppSignal for Elixir with support for pure Plug applications.

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