Google Stackdriver Integration Guide

Google Stackdriver is a powerful monitoring, logging, and diagnostic tool that gives insight into the health, performance, and availability of cloud applications.  Integrate AlertOps’ alert management platform with Google Stackdriver to receive and respond to critical alerts through email, SMS, push notification, and phone alerts. AlertOps ensures that alerts received from Google Stackdriver always reach the correct, available team member by utilizing escalation policies and on-call schedules.

AlertOps Configuration

  1. From the main menu, click on Integrations and then select Inbound Integrations from the sub menu.

  2. Select API tab

  3. Select the 'ADD API INTEGRATION' button.

  4. You should now be on the API Integration Detail page. Select Google Stackdriver from the pre-built Integration Templates.

  5. Enter a name for the integration. Select an escalation rule to determine the integration's escalation policy. And, enter the names of recipient group(s) and recipient user(s). Click 'SAVE.' Then, click 'COPY URL' to copy the URL endpoint to be used in the Google Stackdriver configuration.

Google Stackdriver Configuration

Step 1: Refer to Documentation on Google Stackdriver. Click here to view documentation.

Step 2: Click WebHooks, Now Click Add WebHook

Step 3: On the Webhook detail screen, enter the URL from your AlertOps Integration, give the web hook a name and click Save. You can send a test to AlertOps using the Test Connection button.

Alert Triggering Information

AlertOps will automatically create an incident when a new alert is received from Google Stackdriver with an IncidentStatus status of “open.”

If an alert with status “open” matches an existing Open Alert, AlertOps will recognize the new alert as a duplicate and ignore the alert. The alert will be recorded in the Inbound Messages table as “Mapped Appended.”

AlertOps will automatically close the same incident when an alert with an IncidentStatus status “closed” is received.

Testing and Troubleshooting

Click here to read about Web API Testing and Troubleshooting. 

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