Monthly Archives: January 2012

Pressure Release Valves

This is the fourth in a series of posts on increasing overall availability of your service or system. Have you ever gotten paged, and known right away that this problem isn’t like the last 15 operations issues you’ve dealt with … Continue reading

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Short emails for your pager

Our company literally grew out of our founders’ frustration at being on pager duty, where the person on-call would physically carry a pager — so pagers have always been floating around the PagerDuty universe. For a while now, we’ve had … Continue reading

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SCALE 10X, Linux in Southern California

One of our goals this year is to attend more conferences outside of San Francisco, and after the Southern California Linux Expo in Los Angeles, I think it’s the right call. We’re a nerdy bunch, and we definitely felt in … Continue reading

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It’s Schedulin’ Time!

The new on-call scheduling tool is here. We migrated all accounts to it prior to the holiday break. Some of you have played with it. Some of you love it. Some of you don’t love it as much, but still … Continue reading

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