POSTED ON Apr 09, 2019
We just released Flow Designer, an intuitive visual workflow builder that automates incident management without a single line of code. Its drag-and-drop interface is the fastest way to set up incident response steps.
POSTED ON Nov 07, 2018
When automating major incident management, focus on how you measure time to restore service properly and beware what you don't measure.
POSTED ON Oct 30, 2018
Regardless of how hard you try, major incidents will occur. How you use major incident data will determine how much of an impact an incident will have on your business, your customers and your revenue. The last step that should be in y ...
POSTED ON Oct 18, 2018
During major incidents, stakeholders including customers, executives, partners, and others who also demand frequent status updates. Part of your major incident response plan needs to focus on initiating and developing communication wit ...
POSTED ON Oct 11, 2018
Effective major incident management depends on many things, including planning and execution under fire. Traditional major incident management wisdom as seen in through ITIL talks about remediation process, but it doesn’t address the ...
POSTED ON Oct 04, 2018
To be prepared for a major incident, develop a process to deal with major incidents that is separate from your other business protocols.
POSTED ON Sep 27, 2018
The traditional roles and processes for IT organizations are no longer sufficient when collaborative response is a driver of success.
POSTED ON Jun 28, 2018
This is the first of a series on resilience, self-healing systems, and ongoing testing. This blog focuses on how xMatters introduces failures to test the ability of our systems to handle the chaos without service disruption. Systems fa ...
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