At OpsGenie, we do our best to tightly integrate with new and popular tools. One of these tools is Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams is a chat tool for Microsoft Office 365 and is used for communication between teams.
Previously in our blog, we discussed why it is crucial to have a powerful incident response orchestration platform and why effective planning, automation, and communications are the keys to successful incident management. In this blog, we’ll explain how OpsGenie’s Incident Response Platform enables you to achieve these goals.
OpsGenie is extremely proud to announce our new Incident Response Orchestration platform and to tell you why we created it.Why OpsGenie is Introducing this Platform
For years, we had this vision. We analyzed market trends and needs, and we listened to our customers to understand how they work — and how they can work even more efficiently. We have also been doing our own incident response management for many years: we learned so much from those experiences. We knew that we needed a powerful, effective incident response orchestration platform as much as our customers did! All this helped us tremendously while we were defining our goals and designing our new system to provide a best in class solution.
No serious IT company is doing business where incident response management isn’t at the center of their operations anymore. Hence, OpsGenie has taken up an important role in this endeavor. Now, it’s crucial for the center piece (OpsGenie) to be able to integrate with many products and services such as monitoring, metrics analysis, logging, ticketing, etc., bringing the operations workflow together.
You’ve heard the stories and the legends. You may even have had a long, incident-free summer, but you’re a veteran: you know that a long summer can mean a much longer winter. And you know how the cold and exposure of a long winter can burn both your products and your organization.
As the saying goes, or, as our Valyrian translator tells me the saying goes, “ Incidents issi māzis.” Incidents are coming…
The OpsGenie Slack App is frequently a featured app in Slack’s App directory. The reason for this is our continuous focus on this popular integration. We want our users to have a seamless experience with it.
At OpsGenie, we try to continuously enhance our integrations as well as add as much functionality as we can to them. In this blog post, we talk about our latest enhancement to OpsGenie’s ServiceNow integration: User & Group Synchronization.
A couple of months ago, we introduced the Action Mapping feature for OpsGenie’s outbound integrations with Cloud-based products. Now, we are proud to announce that the action mappings feature is also available for on-premise product integrations, through the Marid integration tool! In this blog post, we’ll explain how this works in OpsGenie’s on-premise JIRA integration. In order to support the same functionality for JIRA’s self-hosted, on-premises product, we decided to add the action mappings feature to JIRA’s Marid package.
You’ve been using OpsGenie for a while now. You’re probably getting pretty good at it. You connected it to your monitoring and other tools. You set up alerts and schedules and teaming features. You’ve seen the differences it makes in your response times -- and in your sleep patterns.
Yes: you know how to make OpsGenie do some stuff, but you wonder if there are other ways that you can use OpsGenie… different ways of doing things in OpsGenie… better ways of doing them… best practices?