Monthly Archives: May 2013

Librato Now Integrates with PagerDuty

Collecting, aggregating and visualizing data are key pieces of a modern devops operation. Luckily, tools like Librato are around to make this easy to do.  Librato is a cloud-based metrics monitoring system that makes it simple to see the status … Continue reading

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May Hack Day Highlight: IP Geolocation Map

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 … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes: PagerDuty’s April Hack Day

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 … Continue reading

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Thoughts from ChefConf 2013

#ChefConf is a three-day annual conference featuring demonstrations, workshops, and keynote presentations on the future of infrastructure automation. It’s designed for users of the Chef automation framework.  PagerDutonians Ranjib Dey, Evan Gilman, and Doug Barth just got their brains filled … Continue reading

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PagerDuty SMS Alerts Now Sent Via Short Code

PagerDuty’s number one priority is and will continue to be reliability. Unfortunately, reliability can be an issue with SMS messaging. However, our engineering teams have been working very hard to make sure that we provide the best possible deliverability on … Continue reading

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