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Automatic Clearing of Triggered Alerts


New Features, Alerting


Today we are are happy to announce the next big step in our alerting platform: Automatic Clearing of Triggered Alerts. With alert clearing you will now receive a clear notification when the alert is no longer in a triggered state. For threshold and windowed alert conditions, any measurement that has returned to normal levels for a source will clear the alert. For absent alert conditions, any measurement that reappears for the source will clear the alert.

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Metrics-Driven Development



Metrics-Driven Development

 

In this blog post, we outline the pillars of metrics-driven development (MDD), and offer a big-picture overview of why each matters. MDD comes with its own prerequisites and best practices. Once you understand the rationale behind each principal, who it will benefit and why, the “dirty work” of implementing MDD won’t seem so dire.

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Next Generation Alerting: Now in Public Beta



Next Generation Alerting: Now in Public Beta

 

I'm excited to be able to tell you about our new alerting system, which has just been released into public beta!  If you asked me to describe monitoring panacea in 5 words or less, "alert on what you draw", would probably be my answer. We have long been frustrated by the dichotomy between the service commitments we make as operations engineers, and our monitoring capabilities.

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