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Sentry started as (and remains) an open-source project, growing out of an error logging tool built in 2008. That original build nine years ago was Django and Celery (Python’s asynchronous task codebase), with PostgreSQL as the database and Redis as the power behind Celery.

We displayed a truly shrewd notion of branding even then, giving the project a catchy name that companies the world over remain jealous of to this day: django-db-log. For the longest time, Sentry’s subtitle on GitHub was “A simple Django app, built with love.” A slightly more accurate description probably would have included Starcraft and Soylent alongside love; regardless, this captured what Sentry was all about.

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James Cunningham

Operations Engineer at Sentry