What Is MTTR?

What Is MTTR? A Simple Definition That Will Help Your Team

Ben Munat Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

Mean time to resolution (MTTR) is defined as the sum of the total amount of time that service was interrupted divided by the number of individual incidents. The unit of measurement is some quantity of time. Ideally, you can use minutes as the unit. total downtime / # of incidents That is, unless you blacked out the eastern seaboard for weeks! …

Better code, Better results: No BS [Webinar]

Alexandra Altvater Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources, Stackify Product & Company Updates

Small changes for big wins At Stackify, we have the privilege of talking with hundreds of companies that have similar software challenges. We found that the #1 challenge is to deliver more value, faster, and with higher quality… while controlling cost, headcount, and complexity. How do you squeeze more out of every delivery cycle with less? There are ways to …

Shifting Left into Production

3 Reasons Why APM Usage is Shifting Left to Development & QA

vpower Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources, Insights for Dev Managers

“Shift left” is a relatively new term that means activities and responsibilities are moving earlier in an application’s lifecycle (that is, moving left on the delivery chain). The shift left concept has been applied to practices like security and QA. But its usefulness is not limited to those processes. This article discusses three reasons why application performance monitoring (APM) can …