What is SIGNL4?
When critical systems fail or incidents happen, it bridges the ‘last mile’ to your staff, engineers, IT admins and workers ‘in the field’. It adds real-time mobile alerting to your services, systems and processes in no time. It notifies through persistent mobile push, text and voice calls with acknowledgement, tracking and escalation. Integrated duty and shift scheduling ensures the right people are alerted at the right time. Through convenient interfaces like email and webhooks, it adds mobile alerting and incident response capabilities to IT, IoT, SCADA and other technical systems.
SIGNL4 is a tool in the Mobile Error Monitoring category of a tech stack.
Who uses SIGNL4?
Python, Node.js, PHP, Jira, and Microsoft Azure are some of the popular tools that integrate with SIGNL4. Here's a list of all 22 tools that integrate with SIGNL4.
- Reliable team alerting
- Alarm management
- App push
- SMS text
- Voice call
- Duty scheduling
- On-call planning
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