Tag: Nagios

August 23, 2016 | by Orlee Berlove

7 Ways DevOps Can Avoid Alert Fatigue

Being on-call doesn’t have to mean you’re always tired The introduction of monitoring into the DevOps world means alerts will occur 24/7. As such, there will be alert fatigue in DevOps. Monitoring needs alerts in order to be effective but the issue is that while our technology is 24/7, humans cannot work in a similar … Continued

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July 22, 2014 | by Orlee Berlove

OnPage Secure Priority Messaging Celebrates Its 3rd Birthday

OnPage secure priority messaging system is celebrating its 3rd birthday this July. In 2013, OnPage grew its user base 100% over the previous year, and we are forecasting another 100% growth in 2014. Today, over a 1000 customers from industries including health care, energy, finance, government, hi-tech, and utilities are using OnPage for accurate, immediate, and … Continued

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December 13, 2011 | by Orlee Berlove

Email Alerts for Network Monitoring – Is Email Enough?

Using Email and SMS alerts for network monitoring such as Nagios, Zabbix or Solarwinds has been the practice since the early 90’s. But in an era of Smartphone in which we get thousands of email messages,  IT experts ask themselves: “Is email still the right alert medium? Would I now stare at my inbox, each time I get an … Continued

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