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Emily Nakashima
Alerting on spikes in status page views: so wrong, or so right?
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kellan 🌊 Jun 4
Replying to @eanakashima
So right. Also post to the support forum.
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Charity Majors Jun 4
Replying to @eanakashima
so right. also, alerting on twitter mentions for your service + "down"
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Skrytt Jun 4
Replying to @eanakashima
Does it count as actionable if the action is panic?
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Jon Gilbert (한) Jun 4
Replying to @eanakashima
so right. (and, alerting on out-of-trend values for all your KI may be even closer to godliness)
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🍔😻 Jun 4
Replying to @eanakashima
All statuses?
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Daniel Pritchett Jun 4
This is a good hack.
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Emily Nakashima Jun 4
Replying to @wordofchristian
The spike means your status page is maybe wrong, so yep.
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🍔😻 Jun 4
Replying to @eanakashima
Ah. Ok. At first I thought this was some kind of metrics on number of people seeing the status page
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Emily Nakashima Jun 4
Replying to @wordofchristian
predictably i also want those :D
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🍔😻 Jun 4
Replying to @eanakashima
*nods*. as I predicted. 🔮
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Sven Kloppenburg Jun 5
You probably have data from your last incidents to see if that is a useful alert. My gut says yes.
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Jason Crawford Jun 5
Oh man should totally implement this
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Atlassian Statuspage Jun 5
Great idea, I definitely see how that'd be handy! It's possible we'll do something like this in the future - JB.
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Sri Harsha Kalavala Jun 24
Replying to @eanakashima @VSTS
It is not just right, but so effective. We do have it implemented for and it has been an invaluable addition to our portfolio of "safety net" detection metrics.
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Rudy Martin Jun 24
Could be interesting to aggregate all statuspage hits into trends, to spot thundering herds.
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Rudy Martin Jun 24
IMHO sounds more like info/ context than alert. Alert from within. Anything critical missed should be noted in next postmortem, addressed and improved on. If it's crucial enough, you "should" be able to pick it up before external eyes spot it. (Perfect bubble ofc)
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Dara Jun 25
Replying to @eanakashima
So right! We do it and when it spikes you can be sure something is up.
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