If making dashboards or detectors is a great way to protect and understand your stack, imagine how amazing it would be if you didn’t have to make them and they just popped into existence, curated by experts in your organization. It’s like a cooking show where the host pulls a baked and iced cake from under the counter. Voila! This, friends, is one of the benefits of monitoring as code.
Going on call and being awakened at a moment’s notice to put out fires when reputation and revenue are on the line is incredibly stressful. And with DevOps teams under increasing pressure to simultaneously release new products faster while ensuring reliability and quality, burnout is a rapidly growing problem. It’s why #HugOps and empathy are becoming so central to the culture of DevOps.
As enterprise cloud migrations accelerate, AWS continues to be a clear and compelling choice for digitally-transforming organizations. And while cloud-based operations are faster, innovative, reliable and cost-effective – they pose new, growing challenges for IT Ops, NOC and DevOps teams. With cloud-based operations, IT organizations now need to minimize outages and disruptions across different architectures and workloads.
As part of our ongoing collaboration with Atlassian to make SignalFx the best monitoring and observability platform for Atlassian users, we are pleased to announce today that we are bringing another integration to market, this time with Jira Software.
Our founders created PagerDuty with the simple goal of making the lives of on-call developers better—and in doing that, we’ve championed a new way of working, inspired by the DevOps mindset. From that starting point, we’ve evolved our on-call product into a platform for real-time operations that enables our customers to grow from on-call rotations, to incident management and response, to full digital operations management.
With today’s level of automation in software development and delivery, along with continuous improvement to CI/CD pipelines, keeping up with production needs becomes harder and harder. So, how can you improve release management and deploy new features and services at breakneck speeds without hindering service reliability?
When you first set up your Anodot account, you create alerts on the KPIs that matter most to you. Advanced alert configurations enable you to define various parameters so that you only get alerts that are important to you: selecting the metric, building a query, grouping the data by dimensions, selecting triggers and conditions, choosing who and where it should be sent to, and so on.
While many people in DevOps and IT operations think automation can fix any problem, when it comes to incident response, they’re actually not wrong. Automation won’t solve problems with processes and technology by itself. But, effective use of automation will help people respond to incidents and find solutions faster.