Opsgenie is a modern incident management tool for operating always-on services. It's a popular way to receive alerts of downtime and other incidents, escalate or assign them to the right people, and improve your time to issue resolution.
Speedway can automatically create an Opsgenie incident for you when one of your API monitors detects a problem.
Whenever one of your API monitors fails, Speedway will create an incident in Opsgenie within seconds. Opsgenie then routes the incident to whoever's on call, so you can investigate and resolve it right away.
When the same monitor recovers, because you fixed the problem or the API outage resolved its own, Speedway will update the incident in Opsgenie to mark it as recovered.
With automatic incident creation and escalation, you'll save valuable minutes and achieve better site reliability and uptime.
All you need is an Opsgenie account and a Speedway account.
You'll want to create at least one Speedway monitor if you haven't already, so Speedway will have something to report to Opsgenie. If you haven't done that, set up a monitor.
Setting up Speedway to talk to Opsgenie is quick and only needs to be done once. There are two ways to do it, and they are slightly different depending on whether you want to route incidents to a specific Opsgenie team, or to everyone in your organization.
To route incidents to a specific Opsgenie team:
To route incidents to your general Opsgenie account:
Now that the Opsgenie integration is enabled, Speedway will create incidents in Opsgenie whenever a monitor fails or recovers.
This integration is supported by the Speedway team. We want you to get the most out of it! If you have trouble or see ways to improve it, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be glad to assist.