Set up Sentry as a data source.

Collect real-time events from Sentry. You'll be able to query these events in the editor.

Add Sentry as a Velvet source

Create a new event type source in Velvet.

  1. Tap into a workspace in your Velvet dashboard
  2. Navigate to "Data sources"
  3. Tap "Add a data source"
  1. Select an event type source. Name the source.
  1. Copy the webhook link

Send webhooks from Sentry

If you get stuck, read further documentation from Sentry here.

  1. Navigate to “Organization Settings”> “Integrations".
  2. Click “Create New Integration”.
  1. Choose “Internal Integration” so that only your organization can access this integration.
  1. Name the integration eg. “Velvet”.
  2. Paste your Velvet source link from above into Sentry's webhook URL field.
  1. Choose what permissions you would like to give the webhook (eg. For collecting error logs in Velvet give read access to “Issue & Event”).
  2. Choose what event types you would like to send to the webhook (eg. For collecting error logs in velvet choose the error event). Read more about Sentry's event types here.
  3. Click “Save Changes”.

From this point on, we’ll create a queue of events from Sentry. You can query them in your Velvet workspace.

Migrate historical data

If you have pre-existing data, we can set up a one-time or recurring data migration.

Email [email protected] to start a data migration process. Include your Velvet account email, which data source you want migrated, and any other relevant information.