Dan Holloran July 16, 2019

ChatOps is a method for using tools to execute commands, surface alert context and take action directly through chat. You can align human workflows with...

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Dan Holloran December 12, 2018

The pace of CI/CD has increased significantly since Agile and DevOps became mainstream. Today, development teams thrive on collaboration and conversation tools that allow them...

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Dan Holloran November 19, 2018

Everyone communicates through multiple channels throughout the day. In our chat clients, automation and manual communication are becoming more and more intertwined. Chat applications can...

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Marlo Vernon September 17, 2018

ChatOps encompasses a large range of functions and use cases. Whether you’re using manual chat applications, automated chatbots, or both to run scripts, escalate issues,...

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New to the world of DevOps? Lucky for you, we’ve scoured the internet to put together The DevOps Dictionary. This is the first in a...

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Dan Holloran May 09, 2018

People are the true bread and butter of incident management and the DevOps movement. Tools are good, but when tools are used to make your...

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DevOps promotes company-wide accountability and resiliency as well as continuous integration and delivery. Efficiently managed on-call teams and schedules are key parts of maintaining this...

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Dan Holloran March 21, 2018

Many times, when an incident occurs, the system will automatically notice and resolve the incident on its own. But, engineers will still need to get...

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Dan Holloran March 15, 2018

Who doesn’t love March Madness? Well, I’m sure that engineers aren’t always crazy about being on-call during the tournament. But, it doesn’t have to be...

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Amanda Boughey January 25, 2018

We sat down with Jason Hand, author of ChatOps – Managing Operations in Group Chat, to discuss the progression of ChatOps since his book was...

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