Operations teams are receiving more telemetry data from monitoring systems than ever before. But they are struggling to sift through this data to find what really matters – resulting in alert fatigue and missed alerts. For this reason, we’re proud to announce that long-time partner Event Enrichment HQ is joining the PagerDuty family to deliver the industry’s first integrated event management and incident resolution platform. Adding Event Enrichment HQ and its keystone product, the Event Enrichment Platform (EEP), to PagerDuty helps you quiet your noisy monitoring systems, reduce alert fatigue, and slash your incident resolution times.
Don’t let the hardboiled-sounding name of our latest integration scare you off, because this monitoring service is a great way to get notified when one of your mission-critical scheduled tasks suddenly sleeps with the fishes. Dead Man’s Snitch is an uptime-monitor for cron or periodic jobs like backups or batch processing, and it alerts you when your jobs don’t run so you can investigate before it becomes a problem.
After getting our exciting entries from you guys and narrowing it down to five stellar finalists, you guys all helped #pickyourpage and now, we have our alert sound contest winner.
The submissions are in! Now it’s time to vote on what custom alert sound will make the cut and become the newest PagerDuty alert, available in the November 2015 release for selection from the PagerDuty app.
StatusCast is an application status page tool that allows you to proactively communicate uptime status to your end-users to improve customer satisfaction and loyalty. You can use StatusCast with PagerDuty to build a hosted status page in minutes and keep users informed with status updates via email, SMS, Twitter, Slack, HipChat etc.
We’re excited to announce our first-ever custom alert sound contest! Beginning September 21, 2015, we will accept submissions for a chance to be included as an alert sound in our mobile app. We have a great community, and we want to see them get creative. Or ironic. Or immature. Songs, clever noises, avant-garde recordings of one hand clapping – all are welcome. Send your best creation to email@example.com.
We’re pleased to announce our fourth major mobile release, which brings some significant improvements to the performance and usability of key parts of the app. With all these changes, it’s faster and easier than ever to see, investigate, and take action on problems in your system — driving down resolution time and helping your team improve your operations performance.
We are delighted to announce that our Customer Support and Advocacy team won the Silver Stevie® Award in the Customer Service Department of the Year category in the 2015 International Business Awards. The award demonstrates PagerDuty’s commitment to its customers, as evidenced by a satisfaction rating that averaged 98.3 percent throughout 2014.
Our customers and community are very important to us, and to maintain the transparency that is essential to keeping your trust, we wanted to tell you about a recent event. On July 9, PagerDuty detected an unauthorized intrusion by an attacker who gained access to some information about our customers. Within a few hours of […]
We’re pleased to announce improvements to our reporting capabilities that enable teams to gain even greater insight. Now, teams can optimize their monitoring by visualizing metrics such as common incidents, SLA performance, and noisy incidents.