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Honeybadger Integration

Honeybadger is a service that monitors applications in production and lets you know about errors, outages, and performance problems. Honeybadger provides notifications via different channels along with rich reports that makes fixing the problems easier.

What does OpsGenie offer to Graylog users?

Integrating OpsGenie with Honeybadger, you can dispatch the alerts generated by Honeybadger determining the right people to be notified based on on-call schedules, escalating the alerts until they are acknowledged or closed, and notifying them using emails, SMS, phone calls, and iOS, Android and Blackberry push notifications.

Functionality of the integration

  • When an alert is created in Honeybadger, an alert is also created in OpsGenie automatically through the integration.
  • When an alert is closed in Honeybadger, the related alert is closed in OpsGenie.

Add Honeybadger integration in OpsGenie

  • Open Integrations page, type Honeybadger to the search field and click Add on the Honeybadger.
  • Click Save Integration.
  • To modify default rules for the Honeybadger Integration, click on Go to Advanced Settings.
  • You can create/edit conditions for filtering Honeybadger alerts on Filter segment.
  • You can modify fields for the alerts generated by Honeybadger using Alert Fields segments.

Configuration on Honeybadger

  • Go to Projects > Settings > Integrations.
  • Select OpsGenie from the list of services.
  • Copy the API key that is generated for you from Honeybadger Settings page on OpsGenie and paste it into Api key field on Honeybadger Webhook Integration page.
  • Click Save Changes.

Honeybadger Events

When you add Honeybadger Integration to OpsGenie, two rules for creating alerts and two rules for closing alerts will automatically be added for you which matches Honeybadger's fault and site based alerts. Because the content for those two types of alerts are totally different, you can use and modify those rules to stay up-to-date with all Honeybadger provides.

The following is the complete list of event types that Honeybadger generate and you can use for the Event field for filtering:

  • occurred
  • rate_exceeded
  • down
  • resolved
  • up
  • unresolved
  • commented
  • assigned
  • deployed

Sample payload sent from Honeybadger

{
  "event": "resolved",
  "message": "[Crywolf/production] RuntimeError resolved by Joshua Wood",
  "actor": {
    "id": 3,
    "email": "test@opsgenie.com",
    "name": "Kadir"
  },
  "fault": {
    "project_id": 1717,
    "klass": "RuntimeError",
    "component": "pages",
    "action": "runtime_error",
    "environment": "production",
    "resolved": true,
    "ignored": false,
    "created_at": "2015-07-02T18:57:26.757Z",
    "comments_count": 4,
    "message": "This is a runtime error, generated by the crywolf app at 2015-07-16 10:44:13 -0700",
    "notices_count": 3,
    "last_notice_at": "2015-08-06T22:11:43.738Z",
    "tags": [],
    "id": 13760144,
    "assignee": null
  }
}

Sample alert

Honeybadger Integration