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Snoop Dogg to Server Admins: "Fix Your Sh*t"

Written by UpGuard | Jan 14, 2016 1:30:55 AM

One of our main objectives is to explain the costs of unplanned outages and help you prevent them from ever occurring in the first place. It's never merely time and money lostcustomer trust and your reputation take hits, too. We've written many articles about it and work with companies on improving their service reliability every day. 

Whenever possible, try to fix potential outages before they occur. Getting a notification that something broke is never enjoyable. Getting a call at 3AM from your CEO is bad, and having customers take notice is even worse. But far and away one of the worst possible outcomes is having Snoop Dogg notice your failure and put you on blast:

Terrible day for those folks, but for the rest of us this is an important lessonFix your shit.


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