Last week I wrote about my self-hosted Sentry install in 3 Docker containers. This week I want to bring you the rest of my self-hosted tools for developers, all rolled into a convenient docker-compose.yml.
If a user encounters an error but you don’t know about, did it happen at all?
Sentry is one of the several options for error tracking across many platforms and languages. Sentry has a great free option for 10,000 errors per month and a single user, but they also offer a self-hosted option that is 100% free. This post aims to help you configure your own installation of Sentry using docker-compose.