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It sounds like Ops want all the control but to do none of the work? Maintaining scripts like this is there job.



I'm sorry: it's your application, your alerts, your responsibility. Not Ops.


If it's my responsibility then I need access to the systems, otherwise I can't perform excercise that responsibility.

How does alert creation and maintenance not fall under ops? They sound like the sort of ops people that devops teams were created to replace.




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