Monthly Archives: July 2013

Mean and Median Time to Response

PagerDuty’s July Hack Day presented another batch of amazing projects from our staff. One project in particular has a lot of future potential to provide our customers with helpful insights into their response times and of others. Our data guru … Continue reading

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New PagerDuty Integrations: Apica and Stackdriver

PagerDuty is proud to announce two more product integrations! We now directly integrate with two cloud monitoring services: Apica and Stackdriver. Apica: Web Performance Monitoring Apica is a powerful website and mobile monitoring tool for verifying that your website is … Continue reading

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Animating Incidents with webhooks, Firebase and d3.js

We’re rolling out Webhooks on incidents and it opens up a lot of fun new things. For background, Webhooks let you recieve HTTP callbacks when interesting events happen within your PagerDuty account. Details surrounding the interesting event will be sent via … Continue reading

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MongoHQ Integration

PagerDuty is happy to announce that there is now a direct integration with MongoHQ. MongoHQ is a MongoDB-as-a-service hosting platform on AWS, Rackspace, Softlayer, and custom deployments. MongoHQ has an alerting mechanism to notify you when there are critical database changes or … Continue reading

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June Hack Day Highlight: PebbleDuty

PagerDuty’s June Hack Day was just the other day, and once again our staff presented some very cool projects. This month we highlight the winner of the Most Awesome award. Most Awesome: PebbleDuty PagerDuty reliably triggers incidents from a vast … Continue reading

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New Escalation Policy API

Now there’s an API available for every element of the PagerDuty system!  PagerDuty escalation policies can now be queried through a new API that lets you access, add, modify and delete escalation policies and rules. In addition, the PagerDuty team … Continue reading

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PagerDuty integration for JavaScript

As part of our push to treat our API as a first class part of the Product, we’ve enabled CORS headers so you can embed information about your PagerDuty account in an intranet page with only client side scripting. This … Continue reading

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