These integrations are set up once per project, and are only usable in projects in which they’ve been set up.
Issue tracking allows you to create issues from within Sentry, and link Sentry issues to existing supported integration Issues.
Once you’ve navigated to a specific issue, you’ll find the Linked Issues section on the right hand panel. Here, you’ll be able to create or link issues.
Asana Issue Creation from Sentry
Create or link issues in Asana based on Sentry events.
- Go to the project settings page in Sentry that you’d like to link with Asana
- Click All Integrations, find the Asana integration in the list, and click configure
- Click Enable Plugin
- Link your Asana account and select an organization or workspace
- The option to create or link Asana issues will be displayed from your Sentry issue pagess
- Pivotal Tracker
Alert notifications in Sentry can be routed to many supported integrations, but by default are aimed at email. You will need to configure a project’s Alert Rules to properly route notifications to a specific integration.
Get HipChat notifications for Sentry issues.
- Go to the project settings page in Sentry that you’d like to link with HipChat
- Click All Integrations, find the HipChat integration in the list, and click configure
- Click Enable Plugin
- Click the Enable Integration link OR add the integration through the HipChat Marketplace
- Log in to HipChat and specify which HipChat room you would like to send Sentry issues to
- Follow the Sentry configuration flow and select the organizations and projects you would like notifications for
- Sentry issues will appear in your HipChat room as they occur depending on the alert rules you have specified in your project settings
This is commonly useful in places where you may want to do deeper analysis on exceptions, or empower other teams, such as a Business Intelligence function.
Configuring Data Forwarding is done by visiting [Project] » Settings » Data Forwarding and filling in the required information for the given integration.
Integration with Amazon SQS makes it quick and easy to pipe exceptions back into your own systems.
The payload for Amazon is identical is our standard API event payload, and will evolve over time. For more details on the format of this data, see our API documentation.
Sentry provides a native add-on for Heroku. While this add-on is not required, it will allow you to maintain consolidated billing inside of Heroku, as well as enable easy configuration of your Sentry credentials.
Register the Add-on
To add Sentry to an existing Heroku app, head over to the Sentry Heroku add-on page.
Once done, you’ll be able to confirm that Sentry’s credentials are available via your config:
heroku config:get SENTRY_DSN
Install the SDK
Whether you’re using the add-on or not, you’ll still need to install the SDK per our standard platform-specific instructions.
Whether use the add-on or configure Sentry yourself, you’ll also likely want to grant quick access to your dyno metadata, which will allow Sentry to automatically pick up the git version of your application.
To do this, enable the
heroku labs:enable runtime-dyno-metadata -a <app name>
This exposes the
HEROKU_SLUG_COMMIT environment variable, which most Sentry SDKs will automatically detect and use for configuration.
Next you’ll want to add your repository and setup a deploy hook.
Start by connecting your repository to your Sentry organization so that we can automatically retrieve your commit data.
Enable the Heroku integration in your Sentry Project Settings.
In the Heroku Plugin Configuration, specify which repository and deploy environment to be associated with your Sentry project.
Navigate to your Project’s Release Tracking settings and copy the deploy hook command to your Heroku config.
You’ll start getting rich commit information and deploy emails with each new release, as well as tracking of which release issues were seen within.
Connect Splunk to Sentry with the Data Forwarding feature.
To get started, you’ll need to first enable the HTTP Event Collector:
Under Settings, select Data Inputs:
Select HTTP Event Collector under Local Inputs:
Under your HEC settings, click Global Settings:
Change All Tokens to Enabled, and note the HTTP Port Number (
8088 by default):
Creating a Sentry Input
Under HTTP Event Collector, create a new Sentry input by clicking New Token:
Enter a name (e.g.
Sentry), and click Next:
Select the index you wish to make accessible (e.g.
main), and click Review:
You’ll be prompted to review the input details. Click Submit to continue:
The input has now been created, and you should be presented with the Token Value:
Enabling Splunk Forwarding
To enable Splunk forwarding, you’ll need the following:
- Your instance URL (see note below)
- The Sentry HEC token value
In Sentry, navigate to the project you want to forward events from, and click Project Settings:
Navigate to Data Forwarding, and enable the Splunk integration:
Your instance URL is going to vary based on the type of Splunk service you’re using. If you’re using self-service Splunk Cloud, the instance URL will use the
For all other Splunk Cloud plans, you’ll use the
If you’re using Splunk behind your firewall, you’ll need to fill in the appropriate host.
Once you’ve filled in the required fields, hit Save Changes:
We’ll now begin forwarding all new events into your Splunk instance.