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PagerDuty and Webscript.io | Conference Calls, Heartbeat Monitoring & More

PagerDuty sends out webhooks when different events happen on an incident. A webhook is a custom HTTP request that can contain more or less anything you want, posted to an address you specify. It’s a great way to get applications … Continue reading

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How Our Customers Scale On-Call with PagerDuty

“With PagerDuty we have be able to consolidate our alert stream” – Chris Peters, Operations Lead at Expensify “I can’t imagine life without PagerDuty. Having multiple alerting methods and escalations are no-brainers.” - Brian Sensale, Senior Engineering Manager at Brightcove Three … Continue reading

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Foundations of a Successful DevOps Team

This is the final post of our series about transitioning to a DevOps culture (for now). To start from the beginning check out, Why You Should Establish a DevOps Culture. When we talk about DevOps we often defer to a … Continue reading

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I Married an On-Call Engineer

This is a guest blog post from Katie Newland. It’s a reaction to her spouse receiving PagerDuty notifications at inopportune times and how her spouse’s on-call responsibilities impact their relationship. Do you have a story about how your relationship has … Continue reading

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Injecting Failure at Netflix, Staying Reliable for 40+ Million Customers

Corey Bertram, Site Reliability Engineer at Netflix recently spoke to a DevOps Meetup group at PagerDuty HQ about injecting failure at Netflix. For Corey, he wanted to show people what can go wrong, because anything can go wrong, will. Promoting … Continue reading

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You Saved The Day. Now Get Recognized.

Want to be internet famous in the DevOps community? Share a personal story of heroism on your personal blog, company blog or community site* about the craziest, most cringe-worthy situation you handled like a boss** while being on-call. How did … Continue reading

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Zoidberg, hack days and pagers…hello PagerDuty!

Monthly Hack days. One that resulted in t-shirts with a built-in buzzer. Video game night. Whiskey Wednesdays. A fully stocked snack area called SnackDuty. An authentic, wicked smart culture that is simply amazing. The opportunity to pay homage to the … Continue reading

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PajamaDuty: PagerDuty Alerts Right In Your PJs

Every month at PagerDuty, we try to one up one each other during our Hack Day. This month was no exception when a team of PagerDutians consisting of three of our engineers, Div Shekhar, Arup Chakrabarti, Evan Gilman and our … Continue reading

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How PagerDuty Offers Transparency of Outages for Our Customers

At PagerDuty we’ve invested in superior reliability of our service. We strive for 100% uptime to ensure that any events detected by your monitoring tools are routed to the correct person on your team via a PagerDuty alert. While we … Continue reading

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Check Out PagerDuty’s New Crib!

2014 is already an exciting year for PagerDuty. Recently, our HQ moved to a swanky new office. The new space gives us the ability to grow our business and provide a superior service to our customers. You rely on PagerDuty … Continue reading

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