ImprovementAlerts 2.0.0

    Dec 12th, 2018

    Alerts has been one of our most requested and highly valued features, and now it's even better. Starting today, you can add multiple sources to an alert enabling you to query data across all of your environments and applications instead of just a single application.

    To deliver this functionality, existing alerts have been migrated to our new schema. Alerts will continue to work as expected, but a name field has been added. This name field will be auto-populated with a truncated version of the alert's current query, and can be changed at any time. Also both slack and email alerts with now feature the alert's name instead of the application and environment names. We feel the name field will be helpful in tracking alerts across multiple sources.

    NewTimber for Python

    Jun 21st, 2018

    We are excited to announce the beta release of Python on Timber. For existing Python users, it’s easy to integrate with your current solution; you only need to add a handler to your logging module.

    If you are already shipping your Python logs to Timber via other means, it is not necessary to switch, though our package automatically collects context to make debugging easier.

    Start by educating yourself about logging on Python with a guided tour

    If you already are running Python, get up and running today by taking a look at our documentation.

    NewTimber Docker Logging Driver v0.1.0

    Jun 11th, 2018

    Our Docker support continues to expand with the release of our Docker logging driver. For existing Docker users, this is an excellent option as no additional processes or containers are required; you only need a few commands to configure the Docker daemon. If you are already shipping your Docker container logs to Timber via our agent or other means there is no need to switch, though our Docker logging driver may end up being easier to manage and use.

    To get started, head on over to our docs page.

    For more information on Docker logging drivers gohere.

    And to view how it all works under the hood take a look at the source code.