Why? Because DevOps teams require updated methods for detecting, resolving, and improving systems. Fast. And while teams are getting better at responding to alerts, this isn’t enough.
Incidents must be understood to ensure they aren’t repeated.
J. Paul Reed
DevOps Consultant and Retrospective Researcher
The “Post-Incident Reviews” Report from O’Reilly Media presents an up-to-date approach to post-incident/post-mortem analysis that embraces the human element and adds essential insight into uncovering system flaws and potential improvements.
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*This book also includes a detailed overview of why DevOps thought leaders are moving away from the phrase “Post-Mortem Analysis” in preference for “Post-Incident Reviews,” including why the terms are different and what it means in practice.
Serving as a DevOps Champion and advisor to VictorOps, Jason Hand writes, presents, and coaches on the principles of DevOps and modern incident management practices.
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