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David Celis

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I never post about my work, but I’m so proud of myself and my team: five months ago, we prototyped a modern alternative to PagerDuty. Today, it lives! This is the most involved I’ve ever been with a launch; I built and designed significant parts of the system! This is a huge highlight for me 🥹

Finally: alerting and on-call scheduling for how you actually work

Introducing alerting and on-call scheduling for modern engineering teams. Get fair pricing, team-based controls, less noise, and flexible scheduling from the team that brought you powerful, end-to-end incident management.


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In fact, most of the things our users will interface directly were built and architected by me. In particular, I built the whole scheduling system and a bunch of other really great features like coverage requests (which, not to brag, I think are WAY better than overrides)