ChatOps

atomist

Kubernetes Health Alerts

When a pod is unhealthy in a Kubernetes cluster, does anyone notice? Have you ever deployed a new version of an app to Kubernetes, tried to test the new feature you added or bug you fixed and found the same behavior as before? Have you ever then double-checked your code, rerun your tests, checked a few more things, only then to realize that while the deployment got updated, the new pods never replaced the old because of some misconfiguration or other mistake?

pagerduty

Driving Real-Time ChatOps With PagerDuty and Microsoft Teams

With over 75 million daily active users, it’s safe to say Microsoft Teams is essential to many global businesses. On top of that, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella recently shared that Microsoft saw 200 million meeting participants in a single day this month. While Microsoft Teams’ explosive growth can be tied to recent spikes in remote work, many enterprises have relied on Teams to connect people across the globe for quite some time.

mattermost

Mattermost recipe: Using Google Lighthouse and ChatOps for website auditing and performance tracking

Every web developer wants to build a website that adheres to the almost mythical “best practices” so that it is light and performant. But how exactly are developers supposed to measure performance? And what is considered to be a best practice when it comes to developing for the web?

atomist

How ChatOps Helps Us Streamline Our Work

These are unusual times. In a prior post entitled Replacing the Water Cooler, we wrote about the dramatic shift in sharing information for many people. We are a team distributed across the United States, Europe, and Australia. While we have been operating as a distributed organization for several years, the current environment feels very different. We check in with each other more often and have more live video discussions. In this post, I briefly cover how we make use of chat.

victorops

Tracking Current ChatOps Benefits and Future Trajectory

Communication and transparency across all DevOps and IT workflows – from continuous testing to incident management – are more important than ever. Hence, the use of ChatOps. ChatOps offers the ability to execute commands and scripts, automate chatbots and communicate in the same places you collaborate with teammates.

Lessons Learned Implementing ChatOps

Email overload, distributed teams and excessive meetings have caused many organizations to move their DevOps teams to messaging platforms and thus adopt ChatOps workflows. With thousands of open source installs and hundreds of customer implementations, we have a few lessons to share on interesting DevOps workflows, how incidents can be effectively communicated across distributed teams and what messaging in secure and regulated environments should look like.
mattermost

How enterprise dev teams use GitLab and Mattermost ChatOps to accelerate development

There has never been more pressure on development teams to build software faster and more efficiently. The rise in popularity of DevOps has largely been the result of its promise to speed up dev cycles, increase agility, and help teams resolve issues more quickly. And while the availability and sophistication of DevOps tools have improved greatly in the last few years, simply choosing the latest and greatest tools is no guarantee of a smooth, problem-free development lifecycle.

mattermost

Introducing Mattermost ChatOps: Open source, real-time DevOps

It’s never been a more exciting time for DevOps. The range of community-driven, open source tools available for building, deploying, and running apps brings new sophistication and scalability—once the exclusive domain of internet giants—into the hands of virtually all organizations.

zenduty

ChatOps-The future of collaboration

ChatOps is the implementation of chatbots to unify communication and collaboration. Through ChatOps every single member of a team will be aware of what the other members are working on. It is the logical next step in the evolution of communication among teams after email and IM. Projects of today are developed at a global scale with millions of people as potential users, this means that teams are larger and often work in shifts or even remotely.