FireHydrant

2017
Manhattan, NY, USA
Jul 29, 2019   |  By Bobby Tables
Incidents happen all the time because of bad code deploys. You write some code that passes code review, it then is automatically shipped to production after a test suite passes, and BAM, an outage happens. This fairly common occurrence has ways to prevent it entirely. Using some simple ideas we can defend ourselves from the hidden mistakes that code reviews and chaos engineering sometimes won’t catch.
Jun 28, 2019   |  By Bobby Tables
We’re launching a new feature today that allows anyone in your organization to kick off your incident response process with an appropriate severity level attached from Slack. Often people are afraid to open an incident or even share that they’re aware of something going wrong with your applications. When everything is important, nothing is important; users frequently overestimate the impact of an incident and assign an inappropriately high severity level.
Jun 12, 2019   |  By Bobby Tables
So you’ve signed up to give a tech talk, awesome! You’re a subject matter expert in something and want to share you knowledge, that’s what helps make a community awesome. You’re going to be speaking in front of a room of people that you don’t know in a place you’ve likely never been, talking about something you confidently know. Sounds easy, right?
Jun 7, 2019   |  By Dylan Nielsen
The conference started off with a heady fulfilling talk from John Allspaw about the impact of human performance in automatable systems. Wrapping the crux of his argument around the 3 Mile Island nuclear disaster, he drew parallels to how automation in software suffers from those same issues and how the automators should attack these problems.
May 28, 2019   |  By Daniel
We recently removed webpacker from our Rails 5 application. While it was a great way to bootstrap a new Rails app with a significant amount of Javascript we encountered some serious performance problems that we felt really impacted our productivity. We build our application images after every git push and we’d like to be able to deploy them quickly.
Aug 28, 2018   |  By FireHydrant
Get a quick glimpse of what FireHydrant can do and how it can help you respond to service disruptions better.
Aug 4, 2018   |  By FireHydrant
If you've ever wanted to keep track of changes in Kubernetes in a sane place, the new feature coming in the next few days on Firehydrant.io might be of interest to you.
Jul 15, 2018   |  By FireHydrant
Take a look at the FireHydrant + Slack integration! Open incidents, notify others, add notes and milestones, and make sure all chat is kept for when the incident fray is happening.