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Event & Version Tags Event & Version Tags

Last Updated: Mar. 29, 2023

‘Tags’ are the best way for you to understand your version status at a glance, integrate with your deployment pipeline, and get your latest build status. Whether it’s new exceptions, higher error ratios, or new broken flows – we’ve got you covered.

Tags can be used as a representation of any significant change or event that may impact your system. They can be received automatically from your CI/CD pipelines or inserted manually, they can be a new version, a new big customer, or a marker of the day when your dev team had sangria at lunch. 

Simply go to Dashboard -> Version Benchmarks on your top menu, integrate into your pipeline or manually add an event tag, and get a full status in the context of your event.

Tags Dashboard


Here you’ll see the change in triggered Anomalies, change in triggered Alerts, change in error volume, change in newly introduced errors, and the change in high severity logs ratio since the tag time and in comparison to the corresponding timeframe in the comparison tag.

Error Volume

Here you’ll see a chart of the number of errors since the tag with comparison to the period prior to the tag.

Alert Volume

Here you’ll see the number of alerts since the tag, grouped by alert name and compared to the previous period.

Error Anomalies

Here you’ll see the errors that arrived more than their normal ratio (as learned by Coralogix) since the tag.

Newly Introduced Logs

Here you’ll see logs that appeared on your system for the first time after the tag/build.

Custom Widgets

Here you’ll see pre-defined Coralogix visualizations based on your own version quality criteria. Learn more about widgets here.

Top error Templates

Here you’ll see the top errors since the tag (maximum appearances).

Integrate with your deployment pipelines

1) Bitbucket
2) Azure DevOps Server
3) GitLab
4) Argo CD
5) Spinnaker
6) Heroku Pipelines
7) Add version tag using cURL

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