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Jan 18, 2019 | By Dan Holloran
Release management tools help teams – both distributed and not – maintain an agile delivery pipeline and automate tedious manual processes. With the right toolchain, teams can better plan, schedule, test, deploy and control the new feature release process. This way, teams ensure reliable, customer-focused applications and services are easily maintained and rapidly deployed.
Jan 11, 2019 | By Kelsey Loughman
In order to analyze user behavior, an eCommerce company treats each user login as a separate event and collects time series data at regular time intervals. With this data, they can track user login history, usage over time, the frequency at which the user visits the website, etc.
Jan 10, 2019 | By Dan Holloran
Managing the incident lifecycle boils down to a few simple things – detecting incidents quickly, investigating the cause(s) of an incident, rapid response, incident resolution and post-incident review. DevOps and IT teams can leverage an Incident Lifecycle Coordinator to help facilitate workflows, tooling and other operational activities throughout the entire incident management process.
Jan 7, 2019 | By Marlo Vernon
DevSecOps is transforming the way businesses meet continuously evolving customer requirements. With the speed at which DevOps allows for feature and service releases, it can be difficult for security to keep up the pace. According to a survey by Threat Stack, more than half of the companies questioned cut back on security measures in order to meet a deadline. However, side-stepping security for the sake of speed can expose your business to many risks.
Jan 2, 2019 | By Dan Holloran
2019 is here! With the new year comes new challenges and opportunities related to software development, IT operations, and service delivery. The DevOps methodology continues to gain traction for both developers and operations teams as we dive into the new year. So, we’ve developed the 2019 DevOps Cookbook to help define the recipe for successful DevOps-focused teams and companies.
Jan 18, 2019 | By VictorOps
DevOps drives collaboration, transparency, and productivity throughout the entire software delivery and incident management lifecycle. By building teams dedicated to continuous improvement, the delivery of reliable services, and focused on the true value behind a DevOps culture, incident management sucks less.
Jan 18, 2019 | By VictorOps
Building a DevOps culture of accountability and collaboration improves system reliability and uptime. We’re sharing our own experiences with developing a modern DevOps structure that drives reliability. As the creator of incident management software, we know how important uptime is for our customers.
Dec 1, 2018 | By VictorOps
We updated our Incident Lifecycle guide to include more DevOps, specifically in regards to how the main tenets of the DevOps movement (Culture, Automation, Measurement, Sharing) apply to each different phase of the incident lifecycle.
Join us as we talk about the results of our second-annual State of On-call Survey. We got over 600 responses and people dished on all aspects of being on-call: from team set-up to post-mortems to what tools are best for incident remediation. Find out more...
Real time network monitoring tools help you respond to danger… but in our 2014 State of On-Call Report, 63% of IT pros said alert fatigue is an issue and 64% believe that up to a quarter of all alerts are false alarms!
Following up an incident, outage, or even a successful deployment with a post-mortem isn't a new concept. It's easy to understand the benefits of sharing, analyzing, and understanding what went well and what didn't. In many cases, individuals blame others, or worse, themselves for actions that may have led to an outage.
Need some help getting started with ChatOps? In this webinar we talk about the benefits to implementing ChatOps within your team and how it can decrease the time it takes to deploy code, mitigate infrastructure incidents, and act as a learning tool.