Status.io Integration Guide

Status.io makes it simple to create a status page for your network, app, web service, SaaS or developer API. With this integration you are able to view the activity feed in your Status.io account to see a log of all status updates by PagerDuty, and connect your PagerDuty services directly to components and containers to control the status automatically.

Now when a PagerDuty service is triggered, the linked component and container(s) are set to Service Disruption. The status is set back to Operational when the PagerDuty incident is resolved.

In Status.io

  1. Choose a component in the Status.io dashboard.

  2. Select the PagerDuty integration.

  3. Copy the webhook for the specific container that you wish to link to your PagerDuty services.

  4. Optional: Update the entire component (including all containers) with a single webhook.

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In PagerDuty

  1. Navigate to the Configuration tab and select Services from the dropdown menu.

  2. Choose the service you wish to link to your status page.Services_-_PagerDuty

  3. On the Integrations tab, click the Add an extension button.

  4. Choose the Generic Webhook type, give the extension a descriptive name, and paste the webhook you copied from Status.io in the URL field. When done, click Save.DEMO_-_PagerDuty

Your integration is complete. Repeat this process for any other components or containers that you wish to link with PagerDuty services.

Status Updates

When the PagerDuty service is triggered, the linked component and container(s) are set to Service Disruption. The status is set to Operational when the PagerDuty incident is resolved.

View the activity feed in your Status.io account to see a log of all status updates by PagerDuty.

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