Opbeat vs OverOps: What are the differences?
Developers describe Opbeat as "Application monitoring for developers". Opbeat is application monitoring for developers, and gives you performance metrics, error logging, release tracking and workflow in one smart product. On the other hand, OverOps is detailed as "Know When and Why Applications Break". OverOps maps the DNA of code as it’s executing in pre-prod and production to Identify all issues and anomalies, and deliver True Root Cause to the right person, without relying on logs.
Opbeat and OverOps can be primarily classified as "Exception Monitoring" tools.
Some of the features offered by Opbeat are:
- Application performance metrics
- Error logging with smart grouping
- Code integration - stacktraces annotated with code authors for faster debugging and coordination
On the other hand, OverOps provides the following key features:
- Deep code visibility
- Real-Time Visibility
- Jenkins Quality Gates
"Free for small teams" is the top reason why over 23 developers like Opbeat, while over 5 developers mention "In-depth error analysis with variable values in product" as the leading cause for choosing OverOps.
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There's a few reviews above that indicate that there's no rate or usage limits. There are. At the time I wrote this, there's a limit of 250 events per minute.