VictorOps simplifies your approach to incident response. Whenever one of your monitors fails or recovers, Speedway will automatically create or update an incident in VictorOps. You can then set your own alert policies, route or escalate the issue automatically to whoever's on call, and track of time to issue resolution across your entire organization.
It's easy to integrate Speedway with VictorOps!
In your Speedway account, go to your Integrations page. Click the Enable VictorOps button in the VictorOps section.
You'll be prompted for two things: a required Service API Key and an optional Routing Key. You'll need to get these from your VictorOps account. To get a Service API Key that Speedway can use to communicate with VictorOps on your behalf, follow these steps:
You can also enter a Routing Key if you want Speedway incidents to follow specific routing rules when they are sent to VictorOps. If you don't have a Routing Key in mind, or don't know what this is for, simply leave it blank or enter everyone.
Now that the integration is enabled, each time one of your Speedway monitors fails, an incident will be created in VictorOps. Incidents usually show up in VictorOps within seconds. When the same Speedway monitor recovers, the incident will be resolved in VictorOps.
You can test this by creating a Speedway monitor that points to an invalid location, submits invalid data, or is otherwise broken.
We're happy to assist you if you have any trouble with the Speedway integration with VictorOps. If you encounter a problem that's not covered on this page, get in touch at email@example.com and we'll work through it with you.