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Partnerships

New! PagerDuty and Evident.io Integration

Streamline AWS Security Management with PagerDuty and Evident.io This is a guest blog post by John Martinez, Principal Solution Architect at Evident.io. At Evident.io, one of our core beliefs is that security tools should be simple to use and make the job of security teams easier, not harder. One of the ways we do that […]

Announcing the PagerDuty & Dynatrace Integration

Proactively Manage Application Performance with PagerDuty & Dynatrace We’re excited to announce a new integration with Dynatrace, a class-leading Application Performance Management (APM) solution. With Dynatrace’s PagerDuty plug-in, you can be notified about incidents when they occur. This enables a proactive APM experience and further reduced MTTR. How it Works Dynatrace monitors your entire application delivery […]

PagerDuty + Desk.com App Hub

Including PagerDuty As your company’s infrastructure grows, so do the tools used to keep things up and running. The same is true for customer service tools to maintain high customer satisfaction in this always-on world. Because of that many customer service teams are already using Desk.com and PagerDuty together to maximize their time and their […]

Super Charge Data Infrastructure Automation with SaltStack and PagerDuty

Welcome, SaltStack, to the PagerDuty platform! SaltStack is an open source configuration management and remote execution tool that allows you to manage tens of thousands of servers. With the latest PagerDuty integration, you can monitor failures, oversee changes to your infrastructure, keep tabs on system vitals, and manage code deployments. Already mighty on its own, […]

100 and Counting: Aruba Networks Now a PagerDuty Platform Partner

We’re excited to announce that Aruba Networks has joined PagerDuty’s partner ecosystem, officially marking our 100th platform integration. Big welcome to Aruba, and big thanks to PagerDuty’s community of builders and customers for helping us reach this milestone. Identify security attacks and whales Aruba Network’s ClearPass access management system gives companies visibility into activity in […]

A Duty To Alert

Guest blog by Tim Yocum, Ops Director at Compose. Compose is a database service providing production-ready, auto-scaling MongoDB and Elasticsearch databases. Compose users trust our team to take care of their data and their databases with our intelligent infrastructure and smart people ready to respond to alerts 24/7 to take care of any problems. That’s […]

Monitoring Best Practices Learned from IT Outages

Guest post by Alexis Lê-Quôc, co-founder and CTO of Datadog. Datadog is a monitoring service for IT, Operations and Development teams who want to turn the massive amounts of data produced by their apps, tools and services into actionable insight. At Datadog we eat our own… dogfood. We track hundreds of thousands of metrics internally. […]

The Importance of Severity Levels to Reduce MTTR

Guest blog post by Elle Sidell, Lukas Burkoň, and Jan Prachař Testomato. Testomato offers easy automated testing to check websites pages and forms for problems that could potentially damage a visitor’s experience. We all know how important monitoring is for making sure our websites and applications stay error free, but that’s only one part of […]

DIY Arduino YUN Integration for PagerDuty Alerts

Using a little code inspiration from the Gmail Lamp, Daniel Gentleman of Thoughtfix (@Thoughtfix) built an awesome PagerDuty Arduino integration by combining an Arduino YUN, a 3D printed sphere and Adafruit’s Neopixel Ring to create visual status check of his PagerDuty dashboard. Check it out in the video of his device (and his cat) in […]

A Disunity of Data: The Case For Alerting on What You See

Guest blog post by Dave Josephsen, developer evangelist at Librato. Librato provides a complete solution for monitoring and understanding the metrics that impact your business at all levels of the stack. The assumption underlying all monitoring systems is the existence of an entity that we cannot fully control. A thing we have created, like an […]