UPDATED 16:09 EDT / JUNE 03 2022


What to expect at PagerDuty Summit: Join theCUBE June 8 for post-event analysis

Maintaining 24/7 accessibility, five nines (or more) uptime, and combating the constant threat of cyberattack means fast incident response is business-critical. And although the days of on-call engineers wearing pagers have faded into the past, the incessant ping of alerts is a modern developer’s Pavlovian hell.

Automated incident response, or AIR, tools that identify and solve recurrent issues can simplify and speed a company’s reaction when problems occur, increasing resilience and taking the pressure off stressed infrastructure and operations teams. As an added plus, these solutions also provide incident postmortem reports to help predict and avoid similar events in the future.

On June 8, theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio, will analyze the latest updates in automated incident response, artificial intelligent operations (or AIOps), process automation, and business operations that came out of PagerDuty Summit. Industry analyst and theCUBE host Lisa Martin (pictured)will talk with experts, engineers and executives to bring first-hand assessments of today’s incident response market. (* Disclosure below.)

AIOps and beyond

Although still low, AIR adoption levels are on the rise as companies realize the importance of incident response to both customer satisfaction and data security. Only 5% of the teams surveyed in 2021 used AIR tools, but the figure is predicted to rise to 30% by 2025, according to Gartner Inc. research.

“Traditional incident response approaches involve manual processes with limited collaboration between teams and slow response time,” stated Hassan Ennaciri, senior director analyst of infrastructure and operations at Gartner, in his recent SiliconANGLE guest column, titled “Five trends to build digital platforms for adaptive resilience in 2022.”

“Incident response is a staple automation opportunity — allowing organizations to map automated responses to specific incidents,” he added.

On-call notification nightmares are amplified by the many point tools companies use in order to monitor the complexity of a hybrid, multicloud environment. By linking these solutions into an interoperation toolchain abstracted through an orchestration layer, PagerDuty’s automated incident response platform helps release teams from the complexity of manually managing and coordinating these multiple solutions.

With a research and development budget that outstrips its marketing and sales spend almost two to one, new products, added features and solution upgrades are always a major part of PagerDuty’s annual summit. TheCUBE will be on the lookout for announcements in PagerDuty’s key focus areas of automated incident response, AIOps, process automation and business operations.

“Our digital operations platform is designed to effectively predict, facilitate and automate the urgent, unstructured work essential to modern business success,” Jennifer Tejada, PagerDuty founder and chief executive, told theCUBE in March.

The company’s fiscal first-quarter financial report showed a revenue rise of 34% year-over-year, to $85.4 million. This places the company in line with its competitors in what is a growing market, according to Constellation Research Inc. analyst Andy Thurai.

“Forced digital operations maturity gives enterprises no option but to get a solution like PagerDuty to keep the lights on,” he told SiliconANGLE.

The convergence of AIR, AIOps, security and observability solutions has spawned a crowded and confused arena, where startups and established players jockey for their share of a predicted $68.15 billion market. Its strong enterprise adoption may give PagerDuty an edge. Over 60% of the Fortune 100 use its enterprise-class platform, and the company’s customer list includes Allstate Insurance, IBM, Albertsons Companies, Cox Automotive and Shopify.

But PagerDuty’s key to success over the next year depends on “faster and focused execution,” according to Thurai.

TheCUBE event livestream

Don’t miss theCUBE’s coverage of the PagerDuty Summit on June 8. Plus, you can watch theCUBE’s event coverage on-demand after the live event.

How to watch theCUBE interviews

We offer you various ways to watch theCUBE’s live coverage of the PagerDuty Summit, including on theCUBE’s dedicated website and YouTube channel. You can also get all the coverage from this year’s events on SiliconANGLE.

TheCUBE Insights podcast

SiliconANGLE also has analyst deep dives in our Breaking Analysis podcast, available on iTunesStitcher and Spotify.


Stayed tuned for the complete guest list for theCUBE’s coverage of the PagerDuty Summit.

(* Disclosure: TheCUBE is a paid media partner for the PagerDuty Summit 2022 event. Neither PagerDuty Inc., the sponsor of theCUBE’s event coverage, nor other sponsors have editorial control over content on theCUBE or SiliconANGLE.)

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