PagerDuty is an operations performance platform delivering visibility and actionable intelligence across the entire incident lifecycle.
|Auth Type||API Keys|
See the table below for the list of data you can read with the PagerDuty connector.
id, type, started_at, address, user
id, summary, type, self, html_url, name, email, time_zone, color, role, avatar_url, description, invitation_sent, job_title, teams, contact_methods, notification_rules
id, type, summary, self, html_url, name, description, num_loops, escalation_rules, services, teams
id, type, summary, self, html_url, name, description, auto_resolve_timeout, acknowledgement_timeout, created_at, status, last_incident_timestamp, alert_creation, alert_grouping, alert_grouping_timeout, integrations, escalation_policy, teams, incident_urgency_rule, support_hours, scheduled_actions
id, type, summary, self, html_url, incident_number, created_at, status, title, incident_key, service, priority, assignments, acknowledgements, last_status_change_at, last_status_change_by, first_trigger_log_entry, escalation_policy, teams, urgency, conference_bridge, log_entries, alerts
Follow the steps below to get the credentials you need to use the PagerDuty connector.
The first thing you must do is log in to PagerDuty.
Now that you have logged in, go ahead and click on the Integrations tab on the top of the page.
From the resulting drop down, you are going to want to select the API Access Keys option.
If you already have created your API Key, you will be able to find it here. If you have not made your API Key yet, start by clicking the Create New API Key button.
Now you should input the description of the key and click Create Key.
Now you have your API key. Don't forget to put it in hotglue! :)
Updated 7 months ago