March 21, 2023

Introducing Alert Routes: Automate your Alert with Automatic Incidents and Slack Channel Routing

Today we're launching Alert Routes, a powerful new way for you to manage the alerts you're sending to FireHydrant. For you highest priority alerts, you can automatically open incidents, passing along key details from the alert. For alerts that are specific to a team or a service, you can send those alerts to the appropriate channel. Additionally, you can create a log message for the alert or ignore it altogether.

Alert Routes, like Runbooks, creates powerful automation based on conditional logic. You can create conditions from any of the data that's included in your alert: priority, summary, related infrastructure and more!

Starting today, Alert Routes is available for all existing alerting integrations in FireHydrant including PagerDuty, OpsGenie, and Splunk On-Call (VictorOps).

To learn more about Alert Routes, checkout our blog post or read the docs. Better yet, head over to your alerting provider integration to start automating your alerts today.

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