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OpsLevel Repository Ownership

Tracking Repository Ownership with OpsLevel

Having strong ownership of your microservices and other running systems is an important pre-requisite to building a DevOps...
Emoticon Faces on Wooden Blocks

Why OpsLevel Offers Interview Feedback

Over the last few months at OpsLevel, we’ve changed how we tell interview candidates we’re not moving forward....
Data Export

Data Export

OpsLevel contains a ton of information about your technical services and systems, but it doesn’t contain all of...
Service Aliases

Service Aliases

We all know that naming things is one of the two hardest problems in computer science (along with...
Fully-remote OpsLevel HackDay.

How We Ran Our First Remote HackDay at OpsLevel

Last summer, our team gathered in the woodland heart of Parry Sound, Ontario for the inaugural OpsLevel HackDay....
My Time as an Intern at OpsLevel

My Time as an Intern at OpsLevel

Pranav Krishnan is a Computer Science student at the University of Waterloo. I first started working at OpsLevel...
Why You Need A Microservice Catalog

Why You Need A Microservice Catalog

John Laban is a co-founder of OpsLevel and previously was PagerDuty's first engineer. He's spent the last decade...
OpsLevel Team Axe Throwing

How We Maintain Our Team Dynamic While Working Remotely

OpsLevel is a great place to work. I love the product, the values…the snacks, but most importantly, the...