Developers Need Production Access

Matt Watson Stackify Product & Company Updates

Application developers spend a lot of time troubleshooting and supporting production applications. The problem is they don’t have production access, or sometimes even worse, too much production access. Stackify gives your developers a production pass to exactly what they need access to in read only mode and anything they do can be audited by our system. Instead of giving developers remote desktop or command line access, give them access to Stackify’s web portal to view exactly what they need.

Give your developers production access to:

  • View application log files
  • View Windows Event Viewer logs
  • Verify application config files
  • Browse server files
  • Stop and start application services
  • Scheduled task history

Stackify gives developers a production access pass. Each developer can be given different access levels to different servers.

Vary access levels by team members

  • Development Manager
  • Lead/Senior Developers
  • Junior Developers
  • Application Support Developers
  • System Administrators

Vary access level by specific server locations and environments

  • Production
  • Staging
  • QA
  • Development
  • Data center 1
  • Data center 2
  • Office
  • Cloud hosting provider

Providing all of your developers with limited production access will greatly improve their ability to support your applications.

About Matt Watson

Matt is the Founder & CEO of Stackify. He has been a developer/hacker for over 15 years and loves solving hard problems with code. While working in IT management he realized how much of his time was wasted trying to put out production fires without the right tools. He founded Stackify in 2012 to create an easy to use set of tools for developers.