We are excited to announce deeper integration between the Wavefront cloud monitoring platform and the Pivotal Container Service (PKS) starting with the PKS release 1.1. Invoking monitoring is now embedded into PKS, empowering SREs, DevOps engineers and developers to start sending Kubernetes metrics to the Wavefront cloud-native metrics monitoring and analytics platform. This turn-key integration delivers deep visibility into the health of Kubernetes and containers in production.
This morning, though, all of our backlogs were a little harder to sift through thanks to a Slack outage in Europe and the US. To calm down, some of us might have turned to our Google Home or Chromecast to unwind while the outage hours piled up, only to find those were down too! What a morning!Now that Slack is running again, let’s take a moment to reflect on what the outage means and what we can learn from it.
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Over the years here at Statuspage we’ve probably heard every version of the open source vs. paid status page argument. While we’re obviously fans of the SaaS model, we also know there are a lot of advantages to an open source status page for a lot of teams. We’ve even recommended that route to some potential customers we thought would have a better experience hosting their own open source page.
The Content Match feature has the potential to detect and protect against page defacement, as well as fulfilling a few other handy use-cases. Today we’re going to take you through a few of the most common uses of this feature to help you ensure you are getting the most out of it!
Congratulations! You have Foglight installed and it is collecting meaningful performance data. There’s no doubt it is providing a ‘smorgasbord’ of actionable information about your mission-critical environment. Help yourself to delicious servings of baseline data, proactive alerts, and custom dashboards and reports. Now make room for dessert! Foglight is probably best known for its generous helping of PI. PI is an abbreviation for Performance Investigator.
The other day, a newer Engineering Manager here at PagerDuty, Dileshni Jayasinghe, started a Slack thread expressing joy at how fantastic our engineering team is after attending a conference with engineering folk from other organizations. She explained that she’d shared our practice of owning what we build with someone—who then responded by gazing off into the distance and saying, “That’s my dream.”