Incident notification

Derek Andrew Derek.Andrew at usask.ca
Fri Nov 21 15:56:49 UTC 2014


While we do not do this ourseleves, I wonder why we would not use Twitter.
You can receive SMS, or texts in the app on a smart phone, or look at a
webpage. You can make them private and have lots of subscribers. I find
Twitter more reliable that our local SMS providers too.

d

On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 9:52 AM, Thijs Stuurman <Thijs.Stuurman at is.nl>
wrote:

> Nanog list members,
>
> I was looking at some statistic and noticed we are sending out a massive
> amount of SMS messages from our monitoring systems.
> This left me wondering if there isn't a better (and cheaper) alternative
> to this, something just as reliant but IP based. We all have smartphones
> these days anyway.
>
> Therefore my question, what are you using to notify admins of incidents?
>
> Kind regards / Met vriendelijke groet,
>
> Thijs Stuurman
>
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