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The PagerDuty platform has enabled thousands of our customers to build great tools on top of our various APIs to resolve incidents faster and more effectively. We’re proud to power the best ops teams on earth, so we’ve invested heavily in the next iteration of our API — officially available as of today.
Below are a few improvements that enable easier development and extended functionality on our platform:
The innovative tools and use cases that many of our customers have already contributed are critical to our rich community, enabling developers (and non-developers) to take advantage of the latest and greatest industry best practices, and leverage PagerDuty as a single source of truth across any toolset.
We’ll dive into each of these exciting new features below and showcase some impactful customer examples that illustrate how easy it is to use existing best practices and tools, build custom tools and integrations, and extend functionality with our API to get exactly what you want out of your PagerDuty experience. If you can dream it, you can build it.
Just like in our first API, you can display PagerDuty information in your app — such as embedding your PagerDuty schedules in your wiki or corporate intranet. You can import an individual’s schedule or a team’s schedule through the WebCal or iCal feed — some tools such as Confluence can even import that directly into your wiki.
Other helpful use cases from our customers include creating PagerDuty-powered dashboards and tools, and syncing their PagerDuty users with their Active Directory users or their services with a CMDB.
Customers can now install either custom or pre-built add-ons via the API to embed rich dashboards inside PagerDuty for extended functionality. Examples include dashboards that showcase real-time Datadog, New Relic or Stackdriver data across all your incidents.
Here is how you can begin to embed apps within PagerDuty today:
Here’s an integration one of our customers wrote to integrate with ServerGuard24. We even leverage it internally in PagerDuty to prototype new integrations.
But anything you can do with our events API is possible as well, such as writing code to enhance, filter or convert your events.
You’ll be seeing more examples of custom event transformers soon, but if you create one today, you’ll start with a script that will make a unique incident out of any HTTP request.
Stay tuned to this blog for more examples to come — and if you’re local, come see us and explore our sessions at Velocity in Santa Clara this week, to learn more about PagerDuty’s continuous commitment to developer success.
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