Bugfender vs Papertrail

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Bugfender vs Papertrail: What are the differences?

What is Bugfender? Cloud logging for your apps, not only crashes matter. See the NSLogs of your customer applications remotely from your computer, it’s like having a remote Xcode console viewer. This way you can fix bugs easily.

What is Papertrail? Hosted log management for servers, apps, and cloud services. Papertrail helps detect, resolve, and avoid infrastructure problems using log messages. Papertrail's practicality comes from our own experience as sysadmins, developers, and entrepreneurs.

Bugfender and Papertrail can be categorized as "Log Management" tools.

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Pros of Bugfender
Pros of Papertrail
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    Crash reporting
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    Mobile exception tracking
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    Free
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    IOS
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    Android
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    Great UI
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    Great reports
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    Advanced Logging
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    GDPR
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    Log search
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    Easy log aggregation across multiple machines
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    Integrates with Heroku
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    Simple interface
  • 26
    Backup to S3
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    Easy setup, independent of existing logging setup
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    Heroku add-on
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    Command line interface
  • 1
    Alerting
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    Good for Startups

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Cons of Bugfender
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      Expensive
    • 1
      External Network Goes Down You Wont Be Logging

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    What is Bugfender?

    See the NSLogs of your customer applications remotely from your computer, it’s like having a remote Xcode console viewer. This way you can fix bugs easily.

    What is Papertrail?

    Papertrail helps detect, resolve, and avoid infrastructure problems using log messages. Papertrail's practicality comes from our own experience as sysadmins, developers, and entrepreneurs.

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    What are some alternatives to Bugfender and Papertrail?
    Bugsnag
    Bugsnag captures errors from your web, mobile and back-end applications, providing instant visibility into user impact. Diagnostic data and tools are included to help your team prioritize, debug and fix exceptions fast.
    Crashlytics
    Instead of just showing you the stack trace, Crashlytics performs deep analysis of each and every thread. We de-prioritize lines that don't matter while highlighting the interesting ones. This makes reading stack traces easier, faster, and far more useful! Crashlytics' intelligent grouping can take 50,000 crashes, distill them down to 20 unique issues, and then tell you which 3 are the most important to fix.
    Logstash
    Logstash is a tool for managing events and logs. You can use it to collect logs, parse them, and store them for later use (like, for searching). If you store them in Elasticsearch, you can view and analyze them with Kibana.
    Serilog
    It provides diagnostic logging to files, the console, and elsewhere. It is easy to set up, has a clean API, and is portable between recent .NET platforms.
    Logback
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