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Keeping Things Running: How Datadog and PagerDuty Count on Each Other to Drive DevOps


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Sponsored by datadog and pagerduty

Wednesday, June 10, 2020
11am EDT
PagerDuty and Datadog are two leaders in the DevOps world. Millions trust and rely on these two platforms to monitor complex environments, collaborate across teams and time zones, and quickly respond to issues ranging from slight latency to full-on failures. Both platforms complement each other—consistently ranking as one of each other’s most popular integrations. But the relationship between these two organizations runs deep. PagerDuty relies on Datadog to monitor its own infrastructure and in turn, Datadog utilizes PagerDuty to drive its own DevOps workflows and build its incident response capabilities.
In this webinar, you'll learn:
  • How Datadog builds a strong incident management workflow with PagerDuty. And how you can too, along with arranging overlapping on-call schedules, creating custom alerts, or leading response teams across time zones.
  • How PagerDuty leverages Datadog. And how customers can monitor their environment and view metrics, logs, and traces; ensure usability with features like Browser Tests; and more—all in a single pane of glass.
  • How to use these two platforms in tandem to reduce detection and response times, create business value, and create a better quality of life for engineers.
Ryan MacLean
Tech Evangelist - Datadog
Ryan MacLean is a Tech Evangelist with Datadog. He brings 20 years of industry experience to this role, recently as a Senior Operations Engineer at Samsung. In his spare time, Ryan enjoys building mechanical keyboards, shooting fashion photography, and hiking BC mountains with his dogs. 
Rich Lafferty
Senior Site Reliability Engineer - PagerDuty
Rich Lafferty is a Senior Site Reliability Engineer on PagerDuty’s Cloud Infrastructure team, where he builds platforms in the clouds to make PagerDuty reliable and his development teams happy. He calls Toronto home with his wife and two tortoiseshell cats. In his copious spare time, he can be found enjoying craft beer, staring at a wall, or playing bass in one of PagerDuty’s two office bands.

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