I’m interested in using Sentry to track failures of different kinds of background jobs (eg. Resque, cron jobs etc.) These jobs are not caused by a particular visitor on my site (no user context), meaning they couldn’t be tracked using some client-side JS code. Rather, they occur in backend servers.
Nevertheless, they are failures of an application and need to be tracked by developers. They also have a context: which server ran this job, what type of job is it, how long did it take to fail etc. They also should have some kind of custom actions so that a developer can “replay/requeue” the failed jobs (more on this in my other question).
Is Sentry a good tool for this job?
Thanks in advance.