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Im developing a clojure webapp that's deployed onpremise, I'd like a way for ops to monitor the application including exceptions (talk home won't be acceptable in this industry) so Im thinking of a way (other than just logging) to capture unexpected exceptions (including req context etc) so Im thinking of a config value that specifies an endpoint to throw exceptions at. It seems airbrake api is the defacto standard (i.e. there are open source daemon that accept the airbrake api endpoint format), is this really the whole picture? thoughts?