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Insights from PagerDuty's 2024 State of Digital Operations Report: The Year of Action, Transformation, and AI Adoption

Organizations must balance the day-to-day needs of the business with large-scale, long-term digital transformation as they continue to modernize their operations in service of growth. For our 2024 State of Digital Operations Report, we asked over 300 technical and business leaders at US-based Enterprise and upper Mid-Market companies about the challenges to their business and the initiatives they are prioritizing this year.

Automate Major Incident Management Step-by-Step for Better, Faster Response

Organizations looking to win the market and drive great customer experiences need to deliver on the promise of exceptional service, meaning fewer interruptions and faster resolution. This can be done by embedding automation across the incident management lifecycle for major incidents, and bringing in humans where it makes sense.

APAC Retrospective: Learnings from a Year of Tech Outages: Reactive to Proactive

As we reach the end of our blog series on the occurrences in 2023 from the fourth installment of our blog series, Restore: Repair vs. Root Cause, the unavoidable truth is that incidents are a universal challenge for organisations, regardless of their scale or field. In the APAC region, there’s a noticeable increase in regulatory bodies imposing strict penalties on major companies for service failures.

APAC Retrospective: Learnings from a Year of Tech Outages, Restore: Repair vs Root Cause

As our exploration of 2023 continues from the third-part of our blog series, Dismantling Knowledge Silos, one undeniable fact persists: Incidents are an unavoidable reality for organisations, irrespective of their industry or size. Recent APAC trends show that regulatory bodies are cracking down harder on large corporations for poor service delivery, imposing harsh penalties as a result of the negative consequences.

APAC Retrospective: Learnings from a Year of Tech Outages - Dismantling Knowledge Silos

As our exploration through 2023 continues from the second blog segment, “Mobilise: From Signal to Action”, one undeniable fact persists: Incidents are an unavoidable reality for organisations, irrespective of their industry or size. In the APAC region, a surge in regulatory enforcement has been observed against large corporations failing to meet service standards, resulting in severe penalties.

Modernize your ITSM with the New PagerDuty Application for ServiceNow

We live in an always-on world, where things move fast and break often. Building stronger resilience is critical for operational efficiency and delivering great customer experiences. CIOs have heavily invested in ITSM solutions, but a centralized, queued approach is no longer meeting the needs of modern organizations when it comes to critical, customer-impacting issues.

Unlocking the Value of your Runbook Automation Value Metrics with Snowflake, Jupyter Notebooks, and Python

This blog was co-authored by Justyn Roberts, Senior Solutions Consultant, PagerDuty Automation has become an integral piece in business practices of the modern organization. Oftentimes when folks hear “automation,” they think of it as a means to remove the manual aspect of the work and speed up the process; however, what lacks the spotlight is the value and return automation can offer to an organization, a team, or even just one specific process.

APAC Retrospective, Part 2: Mobilise: From Signal to Action

Continuing our series on 2023 learnings from APAC, it’s increasingly evident that incidents in organisations are not a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when,’ regardless of their size or industry. Recently, the APAC region has been witnessing regulatory bodies taking stricter actions against major companies for subpar services, leading to substantial penalties.

Practitioners Share How They Remove the Fear of On-Call

Being on-call isn’t likely to be the most enjoyable aspect of a job. In fact, there might be a certain level of stress and fear around engineering teams about going on call: maybe the page will be missed, or maybe a page will come in at 2am and require troubleshooting a production issue for hours.