What is FireHydrant?
FireHydrant is a modern incident management tool allowing your SRE and DevOps team to resolve, learn from, and mitigate incidents in the future.
FireHydrant is a tool in the Monitoring Aggregation category of a tech stack.
Who uses FireHydrant?
4 developers on StackShare have stated that they use FireHydrant.
GitHub, Slack, Jenkins, Jira, and CircleCI are some of the popular tools that integrate with FireHydrant. Here's a list of all 8 tools that integrate with FireHydrant.
- Incident Response - Streamline incident response with repeatable process, automated response, and one-click postmortems.
- Service Catalog - Keep track of applications across all of your environments as your organization scales.
- Change Log - Identify breaking changes faster and spend more time mitigating.
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