Newsletters Emerges From Stealth to Offer a Platform Designed to Automate the Repair of Operating System Incidents, the incident automation company, is emerging from stealth with the release of its new platform designed to dramatically improve availability and reduce toil for SREs in their production environments.

Shoreline makes it easy to create bots that resolve issues in seconds when an alarm is raised rather than hours using manual processes, according to the vendor.

“My time running database and analytics services at AWS gave me a front-row seat to the issues faced by SREs responsible for ensuring high availability of production systems at scale,” said Anurag Gupta, founder and CEO, “Shoreline makes it easy to quickly automate repairs for commonplace incidents that burn operator hours and kill availability. We also make it possible to quickly diagnose and repair new issues, operating your fleet as though it were a single box. We’re excited to officially launch Shoreline today and see our customers improve on-call by extinguishing repetitive issues.”

Unlike existing solutions that help manage organizational processes of incident management, Shoreline reduces ticket volume by helping SREs quickly build automations that fix incidents forever.

Shoreline also provides real-time fleet-wide visibility into resources and metrics, and the ability to take action with a Linux command or shell script, all in the same interface.

The fluent integration of resources, metrics, and Linux commands provides the expressibility SREs need to interactively debug new incidents and use the debugging session to quickly create automation.

Shoreline is fast, distributing commands in parallel across a fleet and monitoring thousands of metrics each second to quickly execute the remediations defined.

SREs are using Shoreline to automatically rotate expiring certificates, grow filling disks, purge old Docker images, collect diagnostics and restart JVMs, identify unauthorized resource usage, and more. All with simple one-liners, using the Linux commands and scripts they already know, in real-time, and executed fleet-wide in seconds.

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