The marketing spiel in this is pretty shitty, too. "You can evaluate whether you want us to handle this with the cloud!" I think I'd rather evaluate whether or not I want to use you.
As I said, my automatic recommendation has always been Sentry; I now need to reevaluate this. Any locally-hostable-for-dev,-SaaS-for-prod options I should be looking at?
FWIW, in my current project, I've deviated from my usual pattern of using SQLite for testing and Postgres for production and went all-in with Postgres in order to use some Postgres features that SQLite does not have (enum types, row-level locking). I have a very small shell script  for starting an isolated Postgres instance during test suite runs, and that works fine for me. The speed difference is about 100-200 ms per test suite run for the `pg_ctl start` and `pg_ctl stop`.