| In Features

PagerDuty webhooks make it easy to build powerful apps and tools that respond to incidents as they happen. Instead of creating scripts that continuously poll PagerDuty APIs, webhooks make it possible for your own services to receive incidents as they are triggered, acknowledged and resolved. For instance, it’s possible to automatically send a postcard to […]

| In Reliability

PagerDuty’s July Hack Day presented another batch of amazing projects from our staff. One project in particular has a lot of future potential to provide our customers with helpful insights into their response times and of others. Our data guru Kyle Napierkowski did some analysis on the longest and shortest mean time to response (MTTR) […]

| In Features

PagerDuty’s June Hack Day was just the other day, and once again our staff presented some very cool projects. This month we highlight the winner of the Most Awesome award. Most Awesome: PebbleDuty PagerDuty reliably triggers incidents from a vast array of monitoring tools, your email, and your custom tools through our API. Now, thanks […]

| In Announcements

Our May Hack Day just concluded, and as usual the event yielded some impressive projects. Here’s one that’s particularly awesomesauce: Ken Rose’s IP geolocation map. The IT IP Map App Hack A critical requirement of providing reliable service to our customers is making sure that our servers are up when our customers’ servers go down. […]

| In Announcements

Everybody loves Fridays, but the second Friday of every month is special at PagerDuty—that’s Hack Day. On Hack Day, anyone at PagerDuty can work on any project they like for the entire day, even non-technical staff. Whether it’s a tech demo, some kind of code cleanup, or odds and ends for a public GitHub repo, […]