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Sponsored by AWS and Pagerduty

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This technical hands-on workshop will give developers the opportunity to dive deep into PagerDuty and some of our top integrations with AWS, EventBridge and Amazon CloudWatch and learn more about process automation and newly-released automated diagnostics for AWS.

In this workshop, you will dig into how PagerDuty can consume CloudWatch Alarm notifications as alerts to mobilize the right teams.  In addition, you will leverage EventBridge to take simple remediative actions - such as restarting an EC2 instance. You also will learn the basics of Runbook Automation to automatically retrieve diagnostic data from CloudWatch Logs and surface the data to responders.

Led by solutions architects from AWS and PagerDuty, this three-hour hands-on workshop will give you the opportunity to test out the latest integrations in a sandbox environment.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how to send alerts to PagerDuty, create incidents and notify responders
  • Perform actions within AWS by leveraging EventBridge
  • Automatically retrieve diagnostics to improve triage

Workshop pre-requisites:

  • Be on the lookout for more information in your inbox for the prerequisites.
  • Users will need to request a Runbook Automation trial instance prior to the workshop.
  • Users will need Administrative privileges for an AWS account. They can sign up for a Free Tier account for the workshop.
  • As part of the workshop instructions, users will be guided through the signup process of a Developer Instance of PagerDuty.
Bobby Zimmerman
Solutions Consultant - PagerDuty
Solutions Consultant - PagerDuty
Solutions Consultant - PagerDuty
Solutions Consultant - PagerDuty
Mark Kriaf
Partner Solutions Architect - AWS
Partner Solutions Architect - AWS
Partner Solutions Architect - AWS
Partner Solutions Architect - AWS

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