Most services are disrupted due to a chain reaction of various tests failing. Zenduty allows you to add “Context” integrations- those that will send information, but not create any incidents in your team. These can be integrations of other teams, monitoring tools or any other tools that will give your team information about your service.
- Go to the team you want to add the context to, and click “view”.
- Go to the Service you want to add your context to, and click “manage”
- Under the “Integrations” tab, click on “Add new context integration”
- Select the integration from the dropdown list and Save.
- Make sure that the Zenduty webhooks are configured in the context integration. You can find steps to do so for any integration here.
Simply click the “delete” butto next to the context integration and confirm.
Click the incident “Number” of the incident to get more details.
Click on the “context” header
The context for the incident will now appear. You can use the date-time setter to look for context alerts from a specific period.
- Go to the Service you want to view context for, and click “manage”
- Click on the “Context” tab to find context notifications for relevant incidents.