| In Product, Tech Talk

The PagerDuty and HipChat extension empowers responders to collaborate to resolve issues directly from their chat window Several weeks ago, we released our updated HipChat extension. Our team is excited to have built the v2 HipChat extension from scratch to support great new functionality that brings more speed, productivity, and efficiency to modern dev and […]

| In Announcements

PagerDuty is excited to be working closely with Atlassian to deliver incident management solutions that support the developer community. With HipChat, Atlassian has created a powerful chat tool to enable teams to work more efficiently. HipChat allows teams to increase productivity through enhanced communication — something we at PagerDuty believe to be a crucial part […]

| In ChatOps, Collaboration

Wouldn’t it be great if there were tiny robots that kept track of what you were thinking, then helped you implement your plans automatically? Well, if you’re an admin responsible for monitoring infrastructure, they exist. They’re called chatbots, and they are the key to leveraging ChatOps in order to optimize your monitoring and incident management […]

| In Collaboration, Integrations

| In Announcements, Features, Product, Technology

Here in San Francisco, it’s hard to go a day without hearing about ChatOps and Slack. Sure, living near the Slack headquarters and using their product every day tends to influence my view, but still, they’re everywhere. Their blog shows up on my Medium feed all the time, and very recently I even saw a […]

| In DevOps

This is the second post in our series on ChatOps In our last post, you learned what ChatOps is, how it works and the ways in which it can transform your organization. By promoting collaboration, communication and rapid learning, ChatOps presents some serious benefits not only for engineers, but also non-technical teams too. We want to […]

| In DevOps

Help your teams communicate and collaborate better You’re probably hearing the word ChatOps more and more – at conferences, on Reddit and Hacker News, around the water cooler (or keg) – but what does it actually mean? And why and how would you implement it at your organization? ChatOps, a term widely credited to GitHub, […]