You may also be interested in sentry vs. getsentry.
Sometimes, it's prudent to also run Getsentry tests against commits in Sentry. The most common scenarios here are that you're either working on a particularly large or scary-looking Sentry PR, or upgrading a Python dependency.
This is manually achieved by running
bin/bump-sentry <sha> in a Getsentry PR,
but it could be a chore to keep this up as you continually push commits to the
Sentry PR you need synced. In this case, we have the sentry-deploy-sync-hook.
For it to work, you must first add
#sync-getsentry to the Sentry PR's description,
and then create a Getsentry PR where the branch is the same name.