At one point or another, every sysadmin has painfully gone through this sort of exchange with a fellow employee outside of the immediate IT department.
Q: “Hey you work with computers, right?”
A: “Yes, I do…”
Q: “Do you mind helping me set up my new iPhone”
In today’s digital world, having the ability to rapidly communicate amongst all departments of your organization is becoming more and more vital. The key to this capability lies in the concept of integration, and there are a plethora of tools which allow your platforms/employees to talk to one and other in a centralized location.
This post was authored by our great friends and integration partners at VictorOps who look to make being on call suck a lot less for IT administrators everywhere.
Maintaining business as usual is the minimum requirement for any revenue driven organization. You need to make sure all your IT systems are online to maintain customer happiness and of those internally.
What notification methods do you get with Opsview?
Meet the 11 methods supported following the release of 4.6.2. Some are familiar favorites you’ll already be aware of whereas others you may not yet know of. Here’s a brief breakdown and synopsis of each as we turn it up to 11.
Back in 2007, the core technology behind the New York Stock Exchange changed dramatically, although without very much fanfare. That's when the NYSE abandoned its core Unix operating system – and two decades of familiarity with it – in favor of a relatively unproven x86-based Linux platform.