Track deployments in a Bugsnag project


Using our Bugsnag integration, you can send notifications about a new deployment directly to a Bugnsag project as a new release, allowing you to then track exceptions raised against it.

Setting up notifications

Getting the integration up and running is very simple. Head to your DeployHQ project, then click the Integrations link on the left hand side, followed by the New Integration button. Select Bugsnag from the service picker, then enter the appropriate details to configure the integration.

New Bugsnag integration

Choose Cloud as the location, then enter an environment name, followed by the Notifier API Key. The API key can be found in your Bugsnag project, in the Settings area:

Notifier API Key

Enable the option to trigger the integration when a deployment finishes successfully, keep all servers enabled, then click Create integration to finish.

If you're using a self-hosted instance of Bugsnag, you just need to select On-Premise under Location, then add your Installation URL. The rest of the details will be exactly the same.

Tracking releases

Once you've configured the integration, you'll be able to run a deployment to any server in your project, after which your Bugsnag project will be notified and a new release created. You can view the deployment information within the Releases area:

New release

Then, any exceptions reported to the project after that release will be directly linked to it.

Example exception

You'll now be able to report deployments and track exceptions raised between them using Bugsnag. If you have any questions about this integration or any other aspect of DeployHQ, please don't hesitate to ask.

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