No good sleuth should be without an amazing magnifying glass. Sleuth's search is now the most powerful tool in your kit, allowing you to instantly find the cause of any bad deploys.
Quickly discover the root cause of a bug or incident: filter by date and environment to quickly bisect and see where the bad change was introduced
See when a pull request, commit or issue was deployed to your various environments: filter by pull request id, issue key or commit hash or description
See which environments are missing a change: filter by the change description and see which environments it's been deployed in
See what kind of changes are causing your service to be unhealthy: filter by all unhealthy deploys
Find all the migrations you've made: filter by the migration tag
Find all the changes made by a specific team member: filter by the author of the change
Find all the deploys that might have been just a little too large: filter by the size of the deploy
And much more, slice and dice your deploys, your way
Limits your search between a date range
Limits your search to a specific set of projects
Limits your search to a specific set of deployments
Limits your search to a specific set of environments
Limits your search to users that have participated in a Deploys commits, issue, pull request or was the instigator of the deploy
Filters your search by deploys that match the set of health's selected
Filters your search by any tags that exist on the deploys. See tags for the list of tags Sleuth adds automatically
Filters your search by deploys of the specified sizes
Searches for any deploys that contained the specified pull request ids
Searches for any deploys that contained the specified commit SHAs
Searches for any deploys that contained the specified issue keys
Sleuth allows you to search for deploys by searching for any text that was included in the commit, pull request and issue descriptions that were included in the deploy
Sleuth supports two views for search results; the default list view and a card view that contains more information.
The views can be toggled via the control in the upper right hand corner of the Search page. Your preferred view preference will be saved.