Are you asking if it's a good idea to keep persistent data in docker and if so, what data?
I don't think there's a right answer to that. Personally, I prefer not to keep any persistent data in Docker and Kubernetes because in my experience persistent data is hard to keep highly available. I prefer to use managed databases like RDS or DigitalOcean's managed databases. I would say use what you are most comfortable with. If you don't mind working with docker and have a smaller instance using docker-compose then you're probably fine with that.
The only persistent data in GlitchTip is in Postgresql.
There's support for tags, but I'm not sure if it works with this scope thing. I never used scopes and I made the backend so the answer is probably no :)
Assuming the sentry SDK just sends these tags to the backend, it should be trivial to support. I'll confirm this tonight and open an issue. If you're interested in paid support I'd be happy to expedite this feature too and make sure we can get it working for you @Amantel .
Brendan confirmed it glitchtip/meta#44
The only tags that are supported are ones created server side like Device, browser, etc. But since we already have a system for tags, it should be easy to add client sent tags. I expect this feature for our next release - 1.3
hmm yeah I opened an issue about that glitchtip/glitchtip-frontend#140
The only short term workaround I can think of is to use the API directly. Docs are autogenerated, but better than nothing https://app.glitchtip.com/docs/ also it mostly matches the sentry backend API, at least while it was open source.