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ErrorShip

Send exceptions to datadog.


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Are you tired of looking at metrics in datadog and then switching over to another website to track your applications exceptions?
errorShip is a python library that sends exceptions/errors generated by your application to your datadog account.


Data that we collect from you
When you signup, we collect your email address.
We use cookies on this website to track basic information on users.
we do this so that we can: personalize your account, send you essential information like billing announcements and be able to troubleshoot any problems with our servers/service.
Whenever you pay, everything is handled by our payment processor.

We do NOT transmit any data about your application to our servers. We do NOT transmit any source code from your application to our servers. Neither do we transmit any errors and/or exceptions to our servers.
All the errors and/or exceptions that the errorship SDK/library collects are instead sent to the datadog agent running on your own infrastructure.
The only data that is transmitted from the errorship SDK/library to our servers, is a license key that we use to check whether your application is authorized to use our service.

We’ll never sell your personal information to third parties. errorShip is not in the business of making money off your data. Everything we collect is used to help us provide you with the best service possible.

Encryption
All data transmitted between our servers and your browser is encrypted via SSL/TLS.
All data that is transmitted between our servers and the errorShip SDK(library) is also encrypted via SSL/TLS.

Changes to this policy
We reserve the right to change this notice at any time.
You can access, update or delete your personal information by contacting our support team.



FAQ:
1. Does my source code pass through your servers?
No.
The the errorship SDK/library does not collect arbitrary source code. It only collects errors/exceptions and their associated log information.
And even then, all the errors/exceptions that the library collects are NOT sent to our servers, instead they are sent to the datadog agent running on your own infrastructure.
This agent then transmits that data to your datadog account.

2. Is my source code sent to your servers?
No. See the answer to question 1 above.

3. What data is sent to your servers?
The only data that is transmitted from the errorship SDK/library to our servers, is a license key that we use to check whether your application is authorized to use our service.
That license key is generated by errorship.com when you sign up to use this service.

4. Where is the errorship source code?
The errorship SDK source code can be found at gitlab.com/errorship

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You can direct any queries/feedback to: support@errorship.com

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