Alerting

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The Pragmatic Buyer's Guide to AIOps Platforms

It’s been said hundreds of times: in the digital era, customers tolerate no downtime. IT operations teams must keep systems running 24x7x365, as the price of downtime is steep. According to Gartner, in 2014, organizations lost $5,600 per minute of downtime, which worked out to well over $300,000 per hour. Today, it’s likely higher, as organizations increasingly rely on technology to power revenue-generating business services.

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Modernizing Your Digital Operations with Sumo Logic and PagerDuty

As digital transformation continues to be central to an organization’s growth mandate, it’s critical to ensure that customer-facing, revenue-generating, mission-critical applications are operationally reliable and secure. That’s where Sumo Logic comes in—for almost 10 years, we have been providing a Continuous Intelligence platform for DevSecOps that’s utilized by over 2000+ customers in almost every vertical.

What is Opsgenie?

Opsgenie is a modern incident management solution for operating always-on services, empowering Dev & Ops teams to plan for service disruptions and stay in control during incidents. With over 200 deep integrations and a highly flexible rules engine, Opsgenie centralizes alerts, notifies the right people reliably, and enables them to collaborate and take rapid action.

Adtech Leader Natural Intelligence Now Resolving Glitches in Minutes Rather than Days

Natural Intelligence runs comparison websites that generate millions in ad traffic. A glitch could easily cost the company thousands in ad revenue. VP R&D Lior Schachter shares the difference Anodot’s real-time analytics, with machine learning anomaly detection, has made across the company.
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Making the Most of PagerDuty + Datadog

For your team to effectively respond to incidents, you need a shared, unambiguous incident definition so you can recognize when an incident has occurred and assign the appropriate severity. Definitions of an incident differ across teams, but whatever definition you use, identifying and monitoring key service level indicators (SLIs) can help you understand when your service is operating normally—and when its performance has degraded to the point where you need to trigger an incident.