I wish I could figure out how to use this software. All the real functionality is hidden away within impossible to find screens. Feels like the designers went a bit nuts on this. I ended up going with Zube. An agile board built off GH issues with support for sprints. I wish these guys could figure out that complexity != powerful software.
Not having to worry about ops is huge - Security updates and metrics are managed for you. Super nice to just git push and be live. Bit expensive but it's worth it to have less headache.
Incredibly powerful dashboard / charting tool from your analytics. Lots of view options. Just getting started but this is incredibly promising!
Solid but crazy expensive
It's so hard to use @bitbucket after using @github. The workflow / tools / interface just generally feels so inferior. The HUGE plus to @bitbucket is that it allows unlimited private repositories, which @github doesn't.
Surprised they're still working on this. Do not recommend using.
Has been great for me. At the time they were the only ones doing web JS tracking + backend tracking, but I believe @sentry, @bugsnag and everyone else is doing this now. Could use a facelift compared to @bugsnag
Relying on Github issues is fantastic, devs can close out tickets from the command line.
Terrible interface but I haven't found a better breadth-wise TLD provider
I use postmark for most things now, huge PLUS is that they make the DKIM/SPF insanely easy. Downside to that is that it's a giant pain in the ass to do greyhat stuff. @sendgrid is the choice for that sort of thing.
Insanely fast (< 100ms, usually in the 10's), took under an hour to implement Great cross-language suppport and multi-stage support, as easy as a flag and you ran run prod vs staging. You're using it now if you do any sort of search.
Can't imagine using any other service at this point.
So expensive. But hey, they send you a bottle of Dom Perignon.
If you need a vanilla implementation, this will probably work. Don't expect to be able to get your data out.
When you say get your data out, do you mean your raw data or doing more complex queries?
Mostly talking about raw data, found it impossible to get at anything we can warehouse and do anything higher level with. Was always told by customer support that there's no way to pull data out or even use the API to walk everything and persist elsewhere. Nowadays I use @segment to dump the data somewhere I can query against but still aggregate out to other solutions + @mixpanel to do funnels + basic cohorts and segment
Odd. You can export your raw data out at any time as well as use our aggregate calculation APIs. Query access is coming really soon. We have a beta if you're interested.