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.
Opsmatic provides real-time visibility of any change to the live state of your infrastructure and intelligently alerts you before trouble begins. The recent addition of Assertions gives you a precise way to check and enforce policy across all your hosts. It’s only natural that Opsmatic has partnered with PagerDuty to ensure flawless alerting and effective incident collaboration. PagerDuty’s operations performance platform ensures that the right people on your team get alerted and can resolve incidents before they become emergencies.
We recently sat down with Shawn Motley, Senior DevOps Engineer at Virtuoso, to talk about his experiences with PagerDuty and the Event Enrichment Platform (EEP). Virtuoso is a travel portal for high-end clients, with over 200 employees and 8 web properties. When Virtuoso began focusing on their DevOps initiative 7 months ago, they were receiving thousands of events every 24 hours, the majority of which were noise. Learn how they reduced their alert volume by 94% in 3 weeks with PagerDuty and Event Enrichment by following 3 easy steps.
Long-time PagerDuty customers Dropbox, Flipboard, and Splunk spoke about their hard-won experience, shared war stories, and discussed what they’ve learned about operations at scale. They also had advice about how what they’ve learned can be applied to other teams. We were delighted to talk with customers, partners, and the extended community about what it means to be operationally mature. Here is what was said about Operational Maturity.
This is a guest blog post written by Anthony Gibbons, the Operations Manager at Airhead Education. Anthony gives his perspective as a startup setting up PagerDuty as their IT Operations Software: “With the advent of cloud services and companies willing to integrate with each other, it is now entirely possible for a small startup to use the same monitoring tools as industry stars such as Airbnb, Pinterest and Path… It probably took me an hour to integrate all of my services with PagerDuty.”
Five (count ‘em) PagerDuty engineers/product managers were chosen to speak at Velocity Santa Clara next week.
BOOM! What a beautiful world we live in. But what are they going to be speaking about? We’re glad you asked.
With CloudMonix’s core objective of simplifying, streamlining and automating routine or complex tasks for Cloud System Administrators and IT Professionals – we are always on look to improve the way we deliver our services. That’s why we have partnered up with PagerDuty, to deliver instant alerts and notifications on PagerDuty’s leading Incident Management platform.
The site is down. Alarms are going off. Before you can fix anything, you first have to understand what’s going on. And gaining context can be hard as you look across multiple systems and metrics. We’re pleased to announce Rich Incidents, a new feature for PagerDuty that helps incident responders gain additional context. Now, responders can go straight from an alert to a conference bridge, chat room, or runbook, giving them instantaneous access to each other and to any documentation they might need. Additionally, embedded graphs give more context into an incident, helping you respond faster and maintain a dependable product for your customers.
ZooKeeper, for those who are unaware, is a well-known open source project which enables highly reliable distributed coordination. It is trusted by many around the world, including PagerDuty. It provides high availability and linearizability through the concept of a leader, which can be dynamically re-elected, and ensures consistency through a majority quorum. The leader election and failure detection mechanisms are fairly mature, and typically just work… until they don’t. How can this be? Well, after a lengthy investigation, we managed to uncover four different bugs coming together to conspire against us, resulting in random cluster-wide lockups. Two of those bugs laid in ZooKeeper, and the other two were lurking in the Linux kernel. This is our story.