If you have ever experienced a site outage, it can be incredibly difficult to compile a timeline of events. Such as "When did we restore that database?" or "Oh we found that huge spike in memory at what time...?". Some companies will have a dedicated person take notes on events taking place manually in a Google doc, only to be lost forever.FireHydrant solves this problem by making use of ChatOps to allow companies to keep track of the fray as it's happening in real time. With simple commands you can open incidents, add notes, find related deploys, and keep all of the chat for it in one place.FireHydrant also serves as a great service catalog as well. By adding your microservices and environments, you can easily keep track of what infrastructure you are running and where, making triaging incidents even easier.
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