Bugsnag monitors application stability, so you can make data-driven decisions on whether you should be building new features, or fixing bugs.
With Bugsnag’s Integration, Zenduty sends new error and bug alerts to the right team and notifies them based on on-call schedules via email, text messages(SMS), phone calls(Voice), Slack, Microsoft Teams and iOS & Android push notifications, and escalates alerts until the alert is acknowledged or closed. Zenduty provides your application engineers with detailed context around the Bugsnag bug along with playbooks and a complete incident command framework to triage and remediate and resolve incidents with speed.
You can also use Alert Rules to custom route specific Bugsnag alerts to specific users, teams or escalation policies, write suppression rules, auto add notes, responders and incident tasks.
To add a new Bugsnag integration, go to Teams on Zenduty and click on the team you want to add the integration to.
Next, go to Services and click on the relevant Service.
Go to Integrations and then Add New Integration. Give it a name and select the application Bugsnag from the dropdown menu.
Go to Configure under your Integrations and copy the Webhook URL generated.
Log in to Bugsnag and click on Settings from the menu.
Select Projects and click on Add Project.
Under Where does your application run?, select Server if hosted on a server.
Select a programming language. Here we have selected Python and Django as the Python framework to be used.
Enter the name of your application and click Continue.
Click on Settings -> Projects and select your project.
Click on Configure Integrations. Under the available integrations, select Webhook.
Paste the webhook link copied and click on Save.
Under notify when…, select the the conditons when the user needs to be notified.
Bugsnag is now integrated.
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