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Over 800 professionals shared a comprehensive picture of life on-call. Their on-call experiences range from highly evolved to completely dysfunctional. Where does your organization stack up?

62% of respondents are proactively reducing alert fatigue.

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ITIL is falling out of favor for on-call professionals.

How do they feel about new trends, like containers and microservices? Which monitoring tools are most popular?

5+ Years of DevOps practices correlates with a much better experience on-call.

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  • Who is on-call, and how the role is changing

  • How DevOps practices impact the on-call role

  • Structural and tooling trends, including microservices

  • Top-cited remediation tools

  • Usage of ITIL

  • The most-reported costs of downtime

  • Incident management maturity

  • Predictions for the future

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