Stackdriver provides powerful monitoring, logging, and diagnostics for Ruby applications.
Ruby libraries are available for the following Stackdriver services:
Stackdriver Debugger is a feature of Google Cloud Platform that lets you inspect the state of a Ruby application, at any code location, without stopping or slowing down the running app. To get started with Stackdriver Debugger, see Setting Up Stackdriver Debugger for Ruby applications.
Stackdriver Error Reporting for Ruby aggregates and displays errors produced in your running Ruby applications. To get started with Stackdriver Error Reporting, see Setting Up Stackdriver Error Reporting for Ruby applications.
Stackdriver Logging for Ruby allows you to store, search, analyze, monitor, and alert on log data and events in Ruby applications. We provide Bunyan and Winston plugins, as well as a Stackdriver Logging API client library. To get started with Stackdriver Logging, see Setting Up Stackdriver Logging for Ruby applications.
Stackdriver Monitoring for Ruby collects metrics, events, and metadata from Ruby applications. Stackdriver ingests that data and generates insights via dashboards, charts, and alerts.
- Cloud Client Libraries for the Stackdriver Monitoring API
- Creating Custom Metrics
- Reading Metrics
- Browsing Metrics
- Stackdriver Monitoring for Ruby on GitHub
Stackdriver Trace is a distributed tracing system for Google Cloud Platform that collects latency data from Ruby applications and displays it in near real time in the Google Cloud Platform Console. To get started with Stackdriver Trace, see Setting Up Stackdriver Trace for Ruby applications.