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We began with the goal of making monitoring truly proactive — not reactive. At Blue Matador, we provide peace of mind for DevOps professionals by enabling them to proactively monitor their infrastructure for the first time.

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Announcing The Close of Our Seed Round: $3.1 Million
By Blue Matador on July 9, 2019

We’re excited to announce another success on our road to making DevOps professional’s lives easier with our closed seed round of $3.1 million. The round was led by Peterson Ventures,...

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AWS CloudWatch Configuration Guide: Getting Started
By Blue Matador on October 10, 2018

If you remember getting an Erector Set as a kid, I’m sorry. In a stocking full of toy building systems, an Erector Set is the proverbial lump of coal. The instructions are complicated,...

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Blue Matador is Sponsoring Devopsdays Minneapolis 2018
By Blue Matador on July 10, 2018

DevOpsDays is returning to Minneapolis for its fifth consecutive year and we are proud to be a first-time silver sponsor! Come stop by our booth, grab some swag, enter our giveaways, and...

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Skype Controls 40% of International Calls Annually, Then Suddenly Doesn't for 1 Hour
By Blue Matador on March 26, 2018

Welcome to our ongoing series covering downtime blunders around the world (wide web). We first covered a series of downtime incidents in 2017 here. And now we're making it a regular...

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Amazon Alexa (Really) Loses Her Voice & Other Downtime Events
By Blue Matador on March 19, 2018

Welcome to our ongoing series covering downtime blunders around the world (wide web). We first covered a series of downtime incidents in 2017 here. And now we're making it a regular...

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"Bitbucket Kicks the Bucket" (And Other Recent Downtime Incidents)
By Blue Matador on March 12, 2018

Welcome to our ongoing series covering downtime blunders around the world (wide web). We first covered a series of downtime incidents in 2017. And now we're making it a regular occurrence...

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