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VictorOps vs Spike.sh: What are the differences?

VictorOps: We make on-call suck less & help teams to solve problems faster. VictorOps is a real-time incident management platform that combines the power of people and data to embolden DevOps teams so they can handle incidents as they occur and prepare for the next one; Spike.sh: World's simplest way to get alerts and handle incidents. It is the simplest un-complicated incident management platform for individuals to small and growing teams. It alerts you of your incidents via Phone call, SMS, Slack and Email before your customers do With unlimited alerts and integrations, it helps you bring clarity in incidents and decrease resolve time with complete transparency..

VictorOps and Spike.sh can be categorized as "Monitoring Aggregation" tools.

Some of the features offered by VictorOps are:

  • On-call schedule management - easily set up rotations, teams & escalation policies
  • Collaborative problem-solving - get the right eyes on the problem quickly
  • Post-mortem reporting

On the other hand, Spike.sh provides the following key features:

  • Unlimited alerts
  • Unlimited integrations
  • No BS pricing
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Pros of Spike.sh
Pros of VictorOps
  • 2
    Flat pricing
  • 2
    Unlimited alerts
  • 2
    Easy to setup
  • 2
    Super on-call management
  • 1
    Just works
  • 1
    Clean UI
  • 1
    Easy to use
  • 7
    The transmogrifier is a game changer
  • 6
    Great Team, Great Product
  • 5
    Free tier
  • 3
    Much better than ANY of the alternatives. Todd is GREAT
  • 3
    Great tiered escalation management
  • 2
    Android app with Wear integration
  • 2
    On-call routing and the timeline is brilliant
  • 1
    Awesome Team always updating
  • 1
    Nice UI

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What is Spike.sh?

Spike.sh is a simple incident alerting platform built for growing teams. Spike.sh integrates with your monitoring tools and sends alerts on phone call, SMS, Slack and MS Teams. You can create flexible on-call schedules with ease.

What is VictorOps?

VictorOps is a real-time incident management platform that combines the power of people and data to embolden DevOps teams so they can handle incidents as they occur and prepare for the next one.

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