Introducing GitHub-enhanced Deploy Tracking

October 13 Bullet_white By Derek Bullet_white Comments Comments

We're happy to introduce a lightweight addition to Scout: GitHub-enhanced deploy tracking.


​Deploy tracking makes it easy to correlate deploys to your app's performance. Scout's deploy tracking goes beyond chart markers: enable our GitHub integration to see which branch or tag was deployed, the team members that contributed, and a diff summary of what changed.

Enable deploy tracking

The latest version of the scout_apm gem tracks your deploys without additional configuration if you are running Capistrano. If you aren’t using Capistrano or deploying your app to Heroku, see our deploy tracking configuration docs.

Also

  • DelayedJob - we've added DelayedJob instrumentation, which provides the same level of detail on DelayedJob as you've come to expect on your web requests. Update to the latest agent version to enable.
  • ScoutProf - looking for more insights on your traces? Try our ScoutProf beta.
  • Heroku Addon - featured in last month's Heroku newsletter, the Scout Addon makes provisioning Scout on Heroku even easier.

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