In 2020, we had the opportunity to speak with several thought leaders to try and make sense of an uncertain future. The OpsRamp blog also featured a wide range of technical and product blogs, as well as IT and DevOps market trends. The following blogs had the most views this year.
Here are the top 10 blogs of 2020:
It is safe to say that Covid-19 wreaked havoc on many of the plans IT teams had for the year 2020. Given the volatile scenario, we launched a survey to understand how IT teams are adapting amid the global pandemic. This blog summarized how IT leaders are re-aligning technology priorities, budgets and hiring into 2021.
This blog is a conversation with DevOps author Lee Atchison on the secret-sauce behind modern application performance management, the culture of availability, and impact of the pandemic on IT and engineering teams.
Can you create global products with engineering teams out of rural India? Yes we can! This is the story of how OpsRamp built a state-of-the-art development center in the coastal Indian town of Bhimavaram, India.
You’ll enjoy this conversation with Jai Das, co-founder and managing director of Sapphire Ventures, on VC culture, identifying promising businesses, investing, the art of growing efficiently and potential red flags while deciding to work with a startup.
The blog explains why it’s time to end swivel-chair IT operations and how OpsRamp’s AIOps solution helps eliminate up to 95% of the human time spent on IT event management.
An all-time favorite from our readers, this blog explores the concept of the single pane of glass, a topic that always divides opinion in the industry. We discuss the practical possibilities of implementing it and why it still remains elusive to many IT teams.
The most-read blog of this year offers four steps to build custom integrations with OpsRamp. Learn how OpsRamp’s open, configurable, and transparent integrations gives IT teams holistic insights for modern digital operations.
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