Generating performance and error alerts for websites has historically never been an intuitive process. What do we alert on? How do we define the KPIs that we care about? Are we setting thresholds too high or too low? What are the best practice alerts? These are all questions that are often mired in ever-growing amounts of confusion and ambiguity.
Much like the pagers of yore, PagerDuty immediately notifies the right person when something goes wrong. That means that no matter when there’s an issue in your application, the right people on your team will hear about it. But as much as we love PagerDuty, we’re not using valuable company time and resources just to tell you about it. We are, however, using valuable company time and resources to tell you all about our new integration with PagerDuty.
In my previous blog post, “How to Explore Prometheus with Easy ‘Hello World’ Projects”, I described three projects that I used to get a better sense of what Prometheus can do. In this post, I’d like to share how I got more familiar with Prometheus Alertmanager and how I set up alert notifications for Slack, PagerDuty, and Gmail.
Check out the latest StatusHub updates and features, including "Scheduled maintenance notifications", "Recurring maintenance events", maintenance calendar view for the status page and more for the last two months.
OnPage BlastIT is a mass notification system that allows organizations to enhance their crisis communications. It streamlines communication in emergency situations, ensuring that critical, urgent alerts are never missed. Additionally, BlastIT allows organizations to improve mass messaging operations by 30- to-40 percent. Here, I’ll highlight BlastIT’s features and how they outweigh competitor functionalities.