Enhancing Developer On-call Experiences | The Big Dev Theory | S4 | Ep.5 Show Notes
Enhancing Developer On-call Experiences
In this episode of The Big Dev Theory on Twitch, we are joined by Ashley Sawatsky Reliability Advocate from Rootly With years of experience in incident response Ashley shows how is a crucial process for organizations, especially in the face of evolving cyber threats and the challenges. Rootly's emphasis on developer-focused integrations distinguishes it in the field of incident response solutions. Integrations with platforms like Backstage, a popular internal developer portal, facilitate a unified view and efficient collaboration for incident responders. This integration enables teams to leverage centralized tools for incident tracking, knowledge sharing, and response coordination. Ashley show us a live demo showcasing how Rootly's integrations streamline incident resolution and foster a more collaborative and efficient response process.
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