What is OpsGenie?
OpsGenie is a cloud-based service for dev & ops teams, providing reliable alerts, on-call schedule management, and escalations. OpsGenie integrates with monitoring tools & services and ensures that the right people are at the right time.
OpsGenie is a tool in the Monitoring Aggregation category of a tech stack.
Who uses OpsGenie?
125 companies reportedly use OpsGenie in their tech stacks, including Tokopedia, Typeform, and Yousign.
119 developers on StackShare have stated that they use OpsGenie.
GitHub, Slack, Jira, Amazon EC2, and AWS Lambda are some of the popular tools that integrate with OpsGenie. Here's a list of all 88 tools that integrate with OpsGenie.
Pros of OpsGenie
Two-way slack integration
Solid scheduling and team management support
Two-way nagios integration
Strong, easy, fast, fits
Complete Incident Response Orchestration Platform
- Forward IT alerts to OpsGenie
- Get notified via email, SMS, mobile push and phone calls
- View alerts using mobile apps
- Respond to alerts directly from OpsGenie apps
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