This week’s AWS Summit in New York was an exciting one for both AWS and PagerDuty. The AWS team rolled out Amazon EventBridge, a set...by Andrew Marshall
July 11, 2019
Are you a developer tasked with keeping a mobile application stable and performing as expected? If so, you probably know that the worst tends to happen when you aren’t around to deal with it—like that time a high-impact crash happened when you were traipsing through Europe.
Properly dealing with crashes requires a plan that includes automation, powerful on-call scheduling and team building, and the ability to respond in real time to fix issues. Firebase was designed to help teams build apps fast, without the need to manage the underpinning infrastructure. Dev teams use Firebase’s analytics, databases, messaging, and crash reporting to accelerate their time to innovation and to better focus on the application’s users.
PagerDuty’s integration with Firebase Crashlytics allows you to alert the right team members about a high-impact crash, no matter when it happens. Teams can improve the customer experience by resolving critical crashes faster while also collecting actionable data that can be used to prevent future occurrences. Firebase teams can add PagerDuty’s end-to-end response automation, including seamless integration with ITSM toolchains and friction-free postmortems, to their app environment in only a few minutes.
PagerDuty is a featured integration for Google Firebase.
Firebase users can send alerts to PagerDuty in response to four major event types.
These alerts can all be used to automate your crash response via PagerDuty’s end-to-end digital operations management platform. PagerDuty’s integration with Google Firebase Crashlytics also brings many powerful features to your application development and support teams, including:
PagerDuty is excited to roll out this support for Firebase Crashlytics to help customers track, prioritize, and fix stability issues that can negatively impact application quality in real time. This functionality allows users to spend less time triaging and troubleshooting crashes and more time building innovative application features that delight users.