Article A scalable incident management solution built for enterprises

For enterprise businesses, a lot is riding on the efficiency of their incident response.

These organizations have large customer bases, complex products, and many incidents. They also have loads of incident responders across various roles, making it difficult to coordinate internally.

Because of this, their list of “must-haves” for prospective incident management solutions is, understandably, lengthy—SCIM, SSO, service catalogs, webhooks, easy adoption, automation…the list goes on.

And with businesses looking to streamline their tech stacks, it becomes that much more important to look for a single solution that can offer all of these and then some.

But today, enterprises need much more than just a way to consolidate software, they need solutions that can make them better, smarter, and more efficient.

That’s where comes in.

We’ve spoken to enterprise businesses and designed a feature set with everything they need to feel confident in their incident response, build customer trust, add value, and achieve operational excellence.

Enterprises have unique needs when it comes to incident management

Unsurprisingly, the needs of a 10-person startup vary widely from those of a 10,000-person enterprise.

And as businesses grow, so do the complexities of their systems and products. Think about it, 10 years ago, single-sign-on was a “nice to have.” Now, if a SaaS tool doesn’t provide the option, it can become an automatic pass in favor of one that does.

And when you add incident management into this equation, the list of needs grows even more. With that in mind, here were the guiding principles that drove us when considering how we could help enterprises best:

  • Enterprises need solutions that can efficiently navigate the complexities of various teams, systems, and more to help resolve incidents faster.
  • Automation isn’t a nice to have anymore: it’s necessary.
  • Security is critical—but there needs to be a way to seamlessly grant universal permissions and exemptions.
  • Learning from incidents plays a vital role in a culture of operational excellence and continuous improvement, so helping to facilitate this is key.

What offers enterprises

With, enterprise businesses can look forward to features designed to improve their incident management processes while giving customers the confidence they need with security and control.

Our goal is to ensure that everything we have adds meaningful value for companies that depend on having robust workflows, security, and processes to excel: whether it's a specific product feature or the peace of mind that a SOC 2 certification brings.

Here's what we bring to the table:


Catalog helps address one of the biggest pain points enterprises face: contextualizing incidents and understanding how and where they fit within their organization.

For example, if incident responders cannot easily surface vital information to help them navigate incidents, such as who owns a particular service, they’ll waste loads of time chasing the wrong people about the issue.

This context-chasing extends your downtime, frustrating your customers and ultimately hurting your business.

With Catalog, this conundrum is a thing of the past.

Here’s what you can look forward to with Catalog:

  • A map of everything: Catalog doesn’t just manage services. It encompasses teams, your CRM, upstream payment providers, and more. Whatever you want, you can put it here: when we say “everything,” we mean it.
  • A consolidated view of your organization: Modern enterprises are incredibly connected and complex. Catalog can help you build a graph that knits together all the details of your company in a way that’s easy to understand. You tell us how everything relates to one another, and we’ll create a map that helps you understand how it’s all connected.
  • A rebuilt feature set that’s Catalog aware: Our entire product has been rebuilt to account for the functionality of Catalog. For example:
    • Custom Fields options are populated and automatically updated from your Catalog.
    • Workflows can now leverage the map built out in your Catalog to easily navigate from Affected Services and Teams.
    • Insights can pull your Catalog backed Custom Fields to help slice data in different ways.

You can read more about Catalog here. And if you’re curious about how our engineering team uses it, here’s a peek into just that.

Benefit for enterprises: the ability to map the complexities of everything within your organization, from critical infrastructure such as CRMs to incident observability tools like Datadog, to help power better incident response

Custom RBAC

With Custom RBAC, all of your role permissions are customizable!

This feature is particularly handy if there are settings you want anyone in your organization to be able to modify or if you want to restrict them to folks with Owner access only.

Additionally, you can create custom roles with specific permissions and assign those to users. For example:

  • A Security custom role could grant permission to see all private incidents
  • An Engineer custom role could grant permission to manage API keys and webhooks
  • A Finance custom role could grant permission to manage billing settings and on-call pay reports

Benefit for enterprises: the ability to set universal, customized permissions, eliminating the need to grant them ad hoc to thousands of employees. This helps avoid situations where folks are changing areas they aren’t necessarily familiar with


While we’re on the topic of permissions, Enterprise users can also use SCIM to control user access and authorization to

While SCIM and SAML can be used independently, they are often combined, and we know that many enterprises want to leverage both. SCIM complements the authentication capabilities of SAML by adding automatic provisioning, de-provisioning, and authorization control.

This means that you can now use identity providers such as Okta or Google Workspaces to centrally control:

  • User access to
  • What the users are allowed to do once they are logged in to the dashboard

Benefit for enterprises: the ability to control who gains access to what across various teams and functions. Additionally, plugs into tools you already use to manage user access, making it much easier for IT teams to manage provisions

Audit logs

Being able to stay on top of all of the changes happening within a 50-person organization is hard. Doing the same at a 1000-employee enterprise is borderline impossible

Thanks to audit logs, customers can view and export a list of important actions to do just that!

Our audit logs track actions taken within your enterprise, such as user changes, role alterations, Workflow edits, and the installation or removal of integrations. We also track when users are granted access to private incidents, and even when users attempt to access incidents they are not permitted to.

Each audit log entry will include a simple schema detailing:

  • The actor who made the change, e.g., a user
  • The action that was taken
  • The target or subject that was affected by the action, e.g., another user

Benefit for enterprises: visibility into the lengthy and complex list of changes in your organization. This is helpful to help identify who may have made certain changes that may have resulted in an incident or other unexpected behavior


Insights are another great feature that enterprises can take advantage of.

While it may seem counterintuitive, incidents don’t end when they’re closed out—this moment just marks the beginning of your learning opportunity. The problem is that many solutions on the market today make it difficult to glean actionable insights from incidents.

With, enterprises can look forward to a host of dashboards that highlight any areas of improvement in their incident response.

And since every minute counts, many of these dashboards are pre-built, so you can jump right in and analyze your response metrics without any overhead. Here are just a few of the metrics you can track right out of the box:

  • MTTX: Data points that can help you answer questions such as, “Is our mean-time-to-respond increasing?” or “Which of our services has the lowest time-to-detection?”
  • Seasonality: To help you answer questions such as, “Do our incidents concentrate around certain days of the month?” or “What do we expect incident workload to be around the Christmas holidays?”
  • Pager load: A measure of how your team is responding to on-call, helping to answer questions like “What's the trend in the number of times my team is being paged?” or “Are there only a few people who have been woken up out of hours?”
  • Readiness: A set of data points that gives you insight into questions like “How many people have recently responded to incidents involving this service and are likely to know how to handle future incidents?” and “Is our responder base growing or shrinking?”

Benefit for enterprises: learning from incidents to help make incident response better and more efficient across your organization for Enterprise: scaling with you

While I covered quite a bit, these are just a few of the features developed to address the needs of enterprise-sized businesses.

So if you're looking for an incident management solution with a Catalog, SCIM, audit logs, a SOC 2 certification (and much more), all designed to help you build more resilient products: we’ve got you covered. And if we don’t have it, reach out to us—we’re always happy to build new solutions.

Ready to see how can benefit your enterprise? Schedule a demo.

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Luis Gonzalez
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