Think about email in the ’90s. Remember when you had to go into the office, sit at your desk, open Outlook, and wait a few minutes for your emails to download (via a 28.8k bad boy modem)?
Now you can read emails with the swipe of your finger, in seconds, without even unlocking your smartphone.
In a world where you can do almost everything on your smartphone, why can’t ITOps & DevOps manage their work the same way?
Like most of the rest of the professional world, ITOps and DevOps teams are no longer tethered to their desks, and with WFH perks, wifi buses/trains/planes, and remote employees, the flexible work-life is on the rise. Regardless of location, device or what time it is, DevOps and ITOps managers and teams need to be notified when things break in their production environments, while they’re on the go.
That’s why we’re introducing Moogsoft AIOps for Mobile — a one-stop-shop for all of your incident management needs, available 27/7 from anywhere.
Moogsoft AIOps for Mobile gives your teams easy access to:
- Real-time push notifications for instant detection of incidents
- Collaborative Team-based Workflow to Streamline Collaboration
- Native ChatOps integration to communicate and automate troubleshooting
- Algorithmic Knowledge to aid troubleshooting situations “on-the-go”
Why Did We Build It?
We built the mobile version for one reason: to make life easier for ITOps and DevOps. Now information will get pushed to you, wherever you are.
All your other applications can be accessed from a smartphone, so why not your IT tools?
How Does it Work?
Our mobile version is built using HTML 5, and supports all smart devices. So whether you’re using iOS or Android, on a phone or a tablet, you’ll now be able to access Moogsoft AIOps from the palm of your hand.
About the author Kelsey Hanger
Kelsey Hanger is a Product Marketing Manager at Moogsoft. When she isn’t writing blogs about AIOps or conducting Monitoring Surveys, she loves finding unique eats in and around SF and traveling to the parts unknown, whether that be a speakeasy in Oakland or the ruins of Monte Albán in Oaxaca, México. Feel free to tweet her @KelsHanger or connect with her on LinkedIn.