The On-Call Survival Guide

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It's 3am. You're startled awake by the sound of alerts blarring from your phone. Half asleep you stumble into the other room and open your laptop. Everything is on fire. It's up to you to deal with the situation. Are you prepared?

You'll learn to:

  • How to handle on-call activities within your company
  • Alerting and monitoring best practices
  • Effectively implement rosters, timetables and responsibilities
  • Onboard new team members into primary and secondary on-call roles
  • Set up your environments for effective on-call activities
  • Look after the team and document learnings

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