Mattermost is your DevOps command center

High-performance development teams put Mattermost at the heart of their daily operations. As a DevOps command center, Mattermost brings people, developer tools, processes, and automation together to orchestrate your workflows at every stage of your DevOps lifecycle.

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Mattermost enables and enhances DevOps workflows

Many DevOps workflows rely on real-time collaboration. DevOps teams use Mattermost to increase efficiency during critical moments—resolving incidents, provisioning infrastructure, merging code branches, or addressing urgent bugs. Mattermost unifies people, tools, systems data, and automation to help your organization perform at its best.

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Combine automation with oversight to maximize uptime and reliability and decrease incident response times.

Ops Theater

Ops Theater

During an incident such as an outage, teams can monitor progress and help resolve the incident—including testing fixes in real-time.

Social Coding

Social Coding

Distributed, virtual teams collaborate on code snippets, share feedback, and discuss technical approaches.

Notifications Hub

Notifications Hub

A single source of truth and a centralized repository help everyone stay updated and on the same page.

War Rooms

Incident War Rooms

Dedicated channels provide visibility into incidents as they arise and bring teams together to resolve them.

Observation & Coaching


Managers and mentors review resolved incidents to complete post-mortems, learn lessons, and help improve processes and institutional knowledge.

Mattermost drives the DevOps lifecycle

Messaging lies at the core of DevOps teamwork. It’s the place where workflows converge, critical interactions happen, and decisions are made. Mattermost makes your workstream collaboration even more powerful by enabling integrations with your team’s existing DevOps tools and systems.

1. Plan
Mattermost is the system of record for team conversations around features, decisions, technologies, and more. Everyone stays updated and aligned on project status and next steps.
2. Code
Developers use Mattermost for collaboration and support, enabling them to easily ask questions, solve problems, discuss technical approaches, and review code.
3. Build
Platform integrations make the build process easy and transparent. Developers manually trigger a build within a Mattermost channel, and the team gets notifications of its success or failure.
4. Test
DevOps teams integrate their favorite CI and bug tracking tools with Mattermost, creating a powerful testing hub. The platform automatically triggers tests and posts alerts on new bugs.
5. Release
When a build is released, the DevOps team relies on a notification in Mattermost that lets them know that the release was successful, so they can accelerate delivery of features and fixes.
6. Deploy
Following the code to production, the DevOps team receives further notifications and data via Mattermost. They can easily track which servers received the code and view any relevant stats.
7. Monitor
DevOps monitoring tools keep track of application health and performance on production. Making data visible on Mattermost helps the team gain insights and make decisions.
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Mattermost supports incident response orchestration

With a pre-built incident management playbook with best-practices tasks, developer tool integrations such as Jira and Opsgenie, and incident lifecycle management, Mattermost helps orchestrate time-sensitive incident management workflows.

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Mattermost supports custom workflows

Mattermost integrates easily with popular DevOps tools such as Jira, Jenkins, GitLab, Trac, Redmine, and Bitbucket. Dozens of open-source integrations are available for free, including interactive bot applications, such as Hubot and mattermost-bot, as well as other communications tools.

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Here’s how you can try out Mattermost

Test-driving Mattermost is easier than ever with our new Cloud offering. Create a workspace, invite the individuals in your DevOps organization, and follow these steps to set your team up for a successful trial:

  • Include the individuals who matter - When thinking about who will participate in your Mattermost trial, we recommend including one or more members involved in each stage of the DevOps lifecycle.
  • Create a team - Create a team in Mattermost for your trial and give it a name.
  • Set up channels - Consider channel names that correspond to specific projects, such as "~android release" or "~feature beta"; key areas of responsibility, such as "~engineers" or "~quality assurance"; or key activities, such as "~release testing" or "~design review."
  • Onboard team members - Invite trial members to create an account and join your trial team.
  • Install an integration - Consider integrating your team’s favorite DevOps tool. If you have time, integrate more!
  • Try it out - Have your pilot team trial Mattermost through one full cycle. Whether it be a sprint or a release, encourage the team to collaborate and interact as much as possible within Mattermost to maximize their exposure.
  • Scale your team - Launch Mattermost more broadly within your organization - onboard more teams, integrate more tools, build custom workflows.

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