7 Ways DevOps Can Avoid Alert Fatigue

7 ways to avoid alert fatigue

Being on-call doesn’t have to mean you’re always tired The introduction of monitoring into the DevOps world means alerts will occur 24/7. As such, there will be alert fatigue in DevOps. Monitoring needs alerts in order to be effective but the issue is that while our technology is 24/7, humans cannot work in a similar fashion. Clearly, 24/7 alerts need to be better calibrated with human physiological realities in order to avoid alert fatigue. The remedy then is to implement an IT alerting system that differentiates high priority alerts and allows for messaging with attachments. Alert fatigue in DevOps The traditional setup of IT and DevOps is such that email is the main form of relating issues such as deployment problems or server problems. If software fails to deploy correctly, an email goes to a designated engineer. Similarly, if a server experiences a power surge, an email is sent. Monitoring […] Read more »

OnPage® Enables Compatibility with SolarWinds® Orion® Technology Backbone for Critical IT Alerts

SolarWinds

OnPage IT Alerts Management Software teams up with SolarWinds to elevate Critical Alerts before impact. WALTHAM, Massachusetts: Onset Technology creator of OnPage, the leading provider of critical enterprise messaging and alert management services, is pleased to announce compatibility with SolarWinds Orion technology backbone. SolarWinds is a leading provider of powerful and affordable IT performance management software. The suite of SolarWinds Orion-based IT monitoring and management products includes a powerful web-based intelligent alerting engine that allows users to quickly configure alerts to respond to hundreds of different network scenarios including multiple condition checks. OnPage is a cross platform, prioritized messaging system for smartphones that elevates the ‘High Priority’ messages above the clutter. With a prominent alert-until-read and dedicated inbox, it eliminates the need to carry a traditional pager in order to separate critical messages from the clutter of casual SMS and email. “Businesses live or die on the reliability of their […] Read more »