Good and Bad Monitoring

Good: Active Alerts, Passive Support

Bad: Passive Dashboards, Active Support

Good: Accuracy over Precision

Bad: Precision over Accuracy

Good: HTTP 500

Bad: HTTP 400

Good: Low Maintenance

Bad: Specific Monitors

Good: Audience Cares

Bad: Audience Apathy

Good: Power

Bad: Moral Hazard

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