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30 December 2013


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Alan R.

Something I should have made a note of - it automatically configures _monitoring_, not _alerting_. It's much harder to figure out how to alert for a particular service than it is to figure out how to monitor it. Monitoring is apolitical and mostly independent of company, but alerting is not. Who to contact, when to contact them, what's the priority of this service? All good alerting questions. But you don't need to know the answers to these questions to monitor it.

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