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September 15, 2019

Real-time monitoring and alerting are critical to maintaining the performance and security of your infrastructure. But, with today’s astounding access to data, it is important to use the right technology to manage alerting in a way that’s customized to your environment. If not, alert fatigue will take hold and your teams will lose their ability to respond to incidents quickly and effectively.

Learn how to let your tools do the hard work for you by:

  • Providing actionable alerts with contextual data
  • Using automation tools to help remediate issues
  • Selecting tools that automatically integrate and talk to eachother
  • Learning from failure

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Jason Hand

Jason Hand is VictorOps' DevOps Evangelist. Pulling from 15 years of experience as a developer, a system administrator, and a support specialist. He is fully emerged in to the world of Agile development and the DevOps movement through his work with several tech startups in Boulder. Jason is an avid outdoorsmen and adrenaline junky. Lover of fun. Hater of being on-call. Working to make it suck less.

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