Here's how to set up a webhook to receive Opsgenie alerts.
Once configured, you can:
Follow the steps below to integrate Opsgenie alerts with Transposit.
Go to Settings > Webhooks, and click Add webhook. Choose the Opsgenie alerts, as shown below.
Note: The optional Slack channel must already exist, create it before adding the webhook.
Click Add and then find the webhook you just added in the list. Click Click to copy to copy the URL to the clipboard or manually copy the endpoint URL.
In Opsgenie, navigate to Integrations list, as shown below.
Find “Webhook” in the list and click Add.
In the Webhooks Settings page:
To test, navigate to Alerts in the left navigation. Click Create Alert on the top right corner of the page. Set Responders to the same team as above, and click Create.
All incoming Opsgenie alerts will always appear in the Activity Feed, as shown below.
In the optionally set Slack channel, the Opsgenie alerts will appear, too, as shown below.
When an alert is received, click Create activity to start creating a new activity, adding runbooks, and following the progress of work done by your team in response to Opsgenie alerts.
If an Opsgenie API key has not been registered in Transposit, you will receive an error message or the alert will fail silently.
Go to Settings > Integrations, and click Add integration. Search for Opsgenie and add it, as shown below.
When you click Connect, either next to Team Authorization or User Authortization, a dialog appears that provides the instructions you need for creating an API key in Opsgenie and how to add the API key into the dialog, as shown below.