Cisco announced new software-delivered solutions designed to simplify IT operations across on-premise data centers and multicloud environments.
Bugsnag launched Stability Center, a centralized location that offers a holistic view into stability stats and trends across releases for multiple client and server-side applications.
With these insights, engineering and product leaders in enterprises and mid-market businesses can make data-driven decisions about when to prioritize debugging over new development to improve app stability and customer experience.
"Today's market is evolving at hyper speed, with customers currently expecting more from their apps, particularly in pandemic-thriving segments such as eCommerce, gaming, and media and entertainment," said James Smith, Bugsnag co-founder and CEO. "Efficiency is critical since many organizations are running lean during these times; teams are working remotely and apps in certain key sectors require more frequent releases. Our new Stability Center offers multiple teams a single view into all their apps, and greater insights enable them to meet and exceed application stability goals."
Bugsnag's Stability Center expands the concept of stability beyond the typical short-term, release-by-release approach. By providing a 30-day application stability score and trend graph across releases, teams receive enhanced insights to better understand how stability is trending against goals and identify issues that need to be addressed, such as when stability drops below critical levels.
With all app stability details in one place, executives, engineering and product leaders in enterprises and medium-sized organizations can manage team progress, and decide which applications need to be prioritized or require more resources. The Stability Center also enables users to star important applications, such as those that are business critical or revenue generating.
The Stability Center features a card for each project being managed, which displays:
- 30-day stability score and indicator
- 30-day stability trend graph with target stability (aspirational; your SLO) and critical stability markers (required; your SLA)
- Current error count and change in error count over the past seven days
- Name of the latest release
The Stability Center is available to Bugsnag users today.