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How to Streamline Incident Response with InfluxDB, PagerDuty and Rundeck


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Sponsored by influxdata

Thursday, July 8, 2021
11 a.m. ET
Mean Time to Resolution (MTTR) is a foundational KPI for most organizations. DevOps and SRE teams are under intense pressure to reduce MTTR when resolving incidents. Often parts of incident response processes are manual, bringing together alerts, runbooks, ad-hoc scripts, and people to form a response.

In this webinar, we will show you how to improve resolution time by configuring InfluxDB notification endpoints to PagerDuty and triggering auto-remediations with Rundeck. Using Rundeck’s automated runbooks, customers have experienced up to 50% reduction in incident response time, greatly improving team productivity and reducing unnecessary outage time.
Join Craig Hobbs — Sr. Solutions Consultant at PagerDuty — as he dives into:
  • DevOps best practices for using: a time series database, an incident management platform, and a runbook automation solution
  • PagerDuty’s approach to reducing time to resolution for critical incidents
  • How to go from alert to remediation in 10 seconds!
This is your opportunity to streamline incident response for your organization. Register to attend:
Craig Hobbs
Sr. Solutions Consultant - PagerDuty
Craig Hobbs is a Solution Consultant, SyFy Super Fan, and Do-gooder at PagerDuty. Craig has nearly 10 years of experience in system integrations, environment observability, and application performance. At PagerDuty, he works tirelessly to help users understand how to use the Rundeck Orchestration to solve some of the most complex automation challenges. Always glad to help! #WillWorkForCoffee #BlackLivesMatter #OpenSource

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