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Lessons from Incident Management and Postmortems at Atlassian

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Summary

Jim Severino shares what worked (and didn't work) in incident management and post-mortems for Atlassian.

Bio

Jim Severino owned Atlassian's company-wide incident and postmortem processes from 2016 to 2019. Before that he was a program manager, IT manager and business analyst.

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Chaos Conf is a single-track conference for the Chaos Engineering community to come together, hear talks from Chaos practitioners, share their learnings, and take chaos engineering back to their organizations.

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