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Apr 11, 2019 | By Bobby Tables
Today we’re happy to release our incident status page feature! If you operate within an organization that has stakeholders that need the gist of what’s going on, how to respond to customers, and give a general feeling of “we’re on it”, this feature was built for you.
Apr 2, 2019 | By Bobby Tables
Today we’re publicly launching registration to FireHydrant, our incident management tool. We’ve raised $1.5M from Work-Bench. We’re really excited, read the long version to see why.
Oct 28, 2018 | By Bobby Tables
FireHydrant has been around for a few months and after feedback and self reflection there was a lot missing from it that needed to be addressed. The experience of using the tool was lacking and needed some love to better serve the needs of its users. A lot of work has been done since I formally announced FireHydrant, so I want to share some of it here.
Aug 28, 2018 | By Bobby Tables
Distributed systems are difficult to keep in their entirety in your head. There’s web applications, queue processors, cron jobs, and a myriad of other gears churning to make your product offering function. So when a gear stops turning, how do you know what that gear does? This is where having a service catalog comes in.
Aug 12, 2018 | By Bobby Tables
If you’re deploying to Kubernetes, you may have come across the problem of knowing what changed and when. If you’re manually applying YAML files to a Kubernetes cluster you may forget to log that action or do it later with an estimate of when you did it. This introduces a challenge when things break and you’re blissfully unaware something was deployed to your environment. Most of the time when your site experiences a disruption, it’s because something changed.