Use Case: Bad Code Push

Grok detects a bad code push, reducing downtime and increasing customer satisfaction.


A company offers an education platform through curation of video content, hosted on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Like many startups, the company uses agile development and does frequent code pushes to serve its rapidly growing and demanding customer base. Up against a deadline and working weekends, the top-notch IT team pushed a lot of updates on Saturday – including some bad code. Usually this would break something but instead performance starts to slowly degrade.

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