Que is a high-performance alternative to DelayedJob or QueueClassic that improves the reliability of your application by protecting your jobs with the same ACID guarantees as the rest of your data.
Only direct Que usage is supported right now. The ActiveJob wrapper is not.
No manual integration is necessary, only direct Que usage is supported right now, the ActiveJob wrapper is not. If Que is detected when AppSignal starts we automatically hook into Que to track exceptions and performance issues.
Job names are automatically detected based on the Que worker class name and are suffixed with the
run method name, resulting in something like:
You can recognize events from Que with the name
perform_job.que in the event timeline on the performance incident detail page.
Active Job support
The Que integration is compatible with Active Job.
Upgrade to version 2.11.0 of the Ruby gem or newer for improved support.
We have an example application in our examples repository on GitHub.
- AppSignal + Rails 5 + Que The example shows how to set up a Rails 5 app with Que monitored by AppSignal.