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PagerDuty uses Chef for some of its configuration management needs. While most Chef cookbooks wedevelop internally are not useful outside of PagerDuty’s infrastructureand workflow, sometimes…

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Continuous Integration as a service (Travis CI, CircleCI, and plenty of others) has been commonplace for a while. These services are widely used to validate…

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Background For many modern-day apps, the user interface either automatically shows the most up-to-date content to its users, or presents an indicator that new content…

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Background I started at PagerDuty during a time of revitalization of the iOS app. Apps tend to need a lot of care, given that Apple…

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Imagine yourself in a geographical distributed, multi team organization structure. Ok, that isn’t very difficult to imagine since we have that at PagerDuty. When you…

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In an earlier post, we discussed how PagerDuty has built a distributed task scheduler using Akka, Kafka, and Cassandra. This open-source Scala library schedules and…

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Db2Kafka is an open source service developed at PagerDuty. It is a message pump to take records written to a MySQL table and publish them…

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In an earlier post, we discussed how PagerDuty has built a distributed task scheduler using Akka, Kafka, and Cassandra. This open-source Scala library schedules and…

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I recently attended EmberConf 2017 and there was an interesting talk on Higher Order Components by Miguel Camba (I highly recommend watching if you haven’t already)….

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In this post, we’ll explore the problem of scheduling and executing arbitrary tasks in a distributed infrastructure. Specifically, we’ll talk about how PagerDuty built an…

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Hello! We do a lot of engineering work to ensure PagerDuty is a reliable platform, since we’re used by a lot of the Internet. And…

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