Category Archives: Events

PagerDuty @ #FS14

Last week, we attended New Relic’s FutureStack14 conference and it was a great opportunity for us to connect with our friends over at New Relic and PagerDuty customers. Unlike most conferences held in hotels or conference centers, FutureStack14 was held … Continue reading

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BabyDuty: Being On-call is Similar to Being a Parent

What did the parent say to the on-call engineer at 3am? “At least yours doesn’t smell.” Believe it or not, lack of sleep isn’t the only similarity between managing critical infrastructure and the wonderful adventure of new parenthood. One of … Continue reading

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Finding a Scalable Way to Stop Attackers

Evan Gilman, operations engineer at PagerDuty, recently spoke at a meetup at PagerDuty HQ.  The first thing Evan noted, “Security is hard.” Whether you’re a small shop with a constantly evolving codebase or a huge enterprise with many thousands of … Continue reading

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Identify Identity Lifecycles for Cloud App Security

Last month, we covered the tactics Twitter employs to keep users’ data safe. Stephen Lee, the director of platform solutions at Okta, also spoke at the recent PagerDuty security meetup about SaaS apps – the considerations companies need to make … Continue reading

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Defending the Bird: Product Security Engineering at Twitter

Alex Smolen, Software Engineer at Twitter, recently spoke to our DevOps Meetup group at PagerDuty HQ about the philosophies and best practices his teams follow to maintain a high level of security for their 255+ million monthly active users. Security … Continue reading

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Meetup: Keeping Customer Data Safe

This Friday, July 11th at 12:00 PM we’re hosting our second Meetup at PagerDuty HQ. Swing by, grab a slice of pizza, a cup of beer and learn all about how you can keep your customers’ data safe from Twitter, … Continue reading

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ChefConf 2014: How to Mock a Mockingbird

Chef is a powerful operations tool – its flexibility and automation capability make it extremely popular in organizations with extensive service deployments. Our own Ranjib Dey was invited to speak at Chef’s annual confab, ChefConf, which took place in April. … Continue reading

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Building the Future of Monitoring at Monitorama 2014

The PagerDuty team just got back from Monitorama 2014 in Portland, and we had a great time. This was my first time representing PagerDuty at an event, and come to think of it, my first tech conference ever. If they’re … Continue reading

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We Want to Meet You! Join PagerDuty at AWS re:Invent

If you are going to Las Vegas for Amazon re:Invent or just happen to be partying on the strip this week, we want to meet you! You can stop by booth #312 to see the latest of what PagerDuty has … Continue reading

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PagerDuty at Velocity Santa Clara & DevOpsDays Silicon Valley

 A big event-filled week at PagerDuty, we hope you’re as ready as we are. PagerDuty will be exhibiting at the Velocity Web Performance & Operations – Santa Clara (June 19-20) and DevOpsDays Silicon Valley (June 21-22). We’re also hosting the DevOpsDays Happy Hour on Friday … Continue reading

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