(EN) Hot Potato
Hot Potato is a message broker that sits in between monitoring systems and messaging providers to ensure consistent relaying of messages to on-call staff. It was designed and developed in New Zealand to survive the harshest worst-case scenarios we could come up with in a country prone to natural disasters.
The goal of the project is to give on-call people control and freedom while giving your notifications every chance of arriving, through any provider or connection you might have.
James FormanCatalyst IT
James is a Linux Sysadmin and Network Engineer at Catalyst IT in Wellington where he works on building things that can survive earthquakes. He has obsessions with monitoring, automation and making sure people don’t get woken up.