PagerDuty vs Kintaba: What are the differences?
What is PagerDuty? Incident management with powerful visibility, reliable alerting, and improved collaboration. PagerDuty is an alarm aggregation and dispatching service for system administrators and support teams. It collects alerts from your monitoring tools, gives you an overall view of all of your monitoring alarms, and alerts an on duty engineer if there's a problem.
What is Kintaba? High Severity Incident Management. Manage, respond, and recover from major outages and incidents as a team. Real-time Slack, E-Mail, and SMS integrations keep your responders, executive team, and everyone else connected.
PagerDuty and Kintaba can be categorized as "Monitoring Aggregation" tools.
Some of the features offered by PagerDuty are:
- Alerting that works (and wakes you up)- When your systems go down, PagerDuty will wake you up. You choose how you want to be alerted - via phone, SMS or email, to multiple numbers, with retries.
- Integrate all your existing monitoring tools- PagerDuty works great with almost all monitoring tools including: Nagios (and Icinga), Keynote, New Relic, Pingdom, Circonus, Red Gate SQL Monitor, Server Density, Zenoss, Monit, Munin, SolarWinds and many others. If it can send email, it will work with PagerDuty.
- Native apps with push notifications- iOS and Android native apps with push notifications and a cross-platform mobile website ensure you can respond to alerts wherever you are, even on the go.
On the other hand, Kintaba provides the following key features:
- Automated Event Tracking
- Instant Collaboration
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Pagerduty integrates with pretty much everything, and for the ones it doesn't its easy to get it done!
whistles If there's something weird, in your infrastructure, who you gonna call?
DevOps-Buste.. You get the idea. PagerDuty is great for quickly notifying us when things go pearshaped.
Luckily we don't end up actually using this much, but we couldn't live without it.
alerts me to any issues and blends well with other tools for uptime monitoring