Stop Hunting Through Logs Files For Your Java Exceptions

StackHunter alerts you to failures in your Java apps and collects exceptions in one place for you to troubleshoot.

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Dashboard

StackHunter Recent Exceptions

The dashboard shows an overview of all your application's exception. This includes high-level counts as well as breakdowns by day, hour, user, location, and type.

Log Integration

StackHunter Log Integration

One way StackHunter tracks exceptions is by automatically hooking into Log4J and Logback to capture exceptions you're already logging.

Email Alerts

StackHunter Email Alerts

StackHunter notifies you by email whenever an exception occurs. It defaults to one email per hour, but will break this rule if it sees a new exception for the first time.

The Easiest Way to Track Java Errors

You shouldn't have to search huge log files across dozens of servers looking for exceptions.

...or wait for customers to report problems they're having in your software.

StackHunter gives you a single dashboard to view all your exceptions.

Plus, you'll receive instant email notifications right when failures happen.

Exceptions are recorded in real time and include key diagnostic info to make troubleshooting and fixing issues a breeze.

StackHunter also analyzes exceptions and stack traces to group similar exceptions together for analysis and drill down by server, user, error type, and more.

How It Works

1. Install

Deploy the dashboard in your servlet container and add our client to your Java web or desktop app.

2. Track

StackHunter watches for uncaught exceptions, plus errors logged through Log4J, Logback, and our API.

3. View

Get a complete picture of every failure, including HTTP parameters, runtime environment, affected users, and more.

Works With These Servlet Containers

Apache Tomcat

Tomcat

Jetty
JBoss
WildFly
Weblogic

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