ServiceNow v7.5 Upgrade [Business+]: We’ve expanded our CMDB capabilities even further by improving our service provisioning feature. Services can now be provisioned from ServiceNow into PagerDuty in any configuration desired, linking different custom relationships or utilizing the defined relationships in CMDB. We also launched system capabilities to support integrating a service’s change request information from ServiceNow into PagerDuty’s change events dashboards.
Automated Triggers [Digital Ops, EI add-on]: Add custom webhook-based responses for events to trigger a remediation action or run diagnostics. Trigger with the push of a button on an incident, or configure it to auto-trigger when an incident starts.
- On-Call Responders Module (beta) [Digital Ops]: Filter for escalation policies and find responders, along with their most relevant contact information, in the new On-Call Responders Module.
- Service Activity Module [Business, Digital Ops]: Expand your view within the Service Activity Module to see 7 days of incident activity across your digital operations. Investigate specific incidents with a detailed tooltip that shows total incidents for that block of time with links, titles, and urgencies. View more by clicking through to the specific incidents on that service.
- Incidents and Changes Timeline (beta) [Digital Ops]: Discover potential contributing factors to incidents by investigating changes like deploys, code changes, or automation runs. Investigate how these changes affect incidents across services over time with the new Incidents and Changes Timeline Module.
- Incident Urgency Toggle and Bulk Actions [Business, Digital Ops]: Toggle between high urgency, low urgency, and all incidents in the Incidents Module. Acknowledge, resolve, or set priority on incidents from the Incidents Module to accelerate your incident management process from a centralized view.
Zendesk v3 Integration [Professional+]: The latest version of PagerDuty’s Zendesk integration is now available in the Zendesk Marketplace. It provides a bi-directional integration that enhances communication between engineering and support teams by giving visibility to high-impact incidents. Drive automated workflows in PagerDuty that can be run by support agents, and provide the right level of information back to customer service teams, so they can interact knowledgeably with customers. This integration is a key part of our PagerDuty for Customer Service solution.
Dynamic Field Enrichment and Extraction [All plans]: Arming responders with the right context will accelerate incident triage and prevent wasted time during an outage. That’s why we now allow you to add important context to your incident summary using alert content, so responders can act quickly. In addition to accelerating incident triage, manipulating alert format allows you to be more prescriptive when you group alerts based on alert content.
Extended Acknowledgements Reduce Escalations [All plans]: We’ve made it easier to ensure that responder requests get accepted and don’t escalate. Acknowledging an incident where you have a pending responder request will now also accept the responder request. One click, two actions! Extended Acknowledgements are now generally available.
Change Events [All plans]: Send change events from a variety of systems to PagerDuty, so that responders and service owners can discover contributing factors that may have caused incidents and get to resolution faster. This includes code changes via a continuous software delivery process, like GitHub or GitLab, and infrastructure change orchestration systems like BuildKite or Relay by Puppet.
On-Call Readiness Reports [All plans]: Help properly set up teams so they can successfully deliver on their on-call responsibilities. Leverage these reports to improve your on-call posture and track your progress toward organizational readiness. Proper team assembly can reduce resolution times and improve your organization’s ability to respond to incidents.
Add on-demand Microsoft Teams meeting to incidents [All plans]: From within Microsoft Teams, you can now quickly add an on-demand/dynamic Teams meeting to a PagerDuty incident.
Audit Trail API [Business+]: Get operational visibility and compliance to aid in understanding what changes were made that led to a missed incident. Previously, to investigate configuration problems, you needed to contact your PagerDuty account team or Customer Support. Now self-service PagerDuty audit functionality empowers you to examine service history and understand what’s going on at a larger scale. Administrators can access audit records for the previous year, on-demand and at any frequency, to comply with organization policy.
Suggested Service Dependencies [All plans]: We now use machine learning to suggest dependencies between services to help you keep these relationships up-to-date as your infrastructure grows. This feature is available on the Impact tab of the service profile.
Content Based Alert Grouping [Digital Ops+, EI add-on]: Building on the launch of Content Based Alert Grouping, we’ve improved ease of use by showing the most recent alerts and allowing you to directly select configured fields.
Preview Intelligent Alert Grouping [All plans]: All accounts (including those without Event Intelligence or Digital Operations plans) can now preview how Intelligent Alert Grouping would have performed for a specific service over the previous 45 days. Preview Intelligent Alert Grouping can be found in the Alert Grouping section on a service's Response tab.
Service Level Event Rules API [All plans]: You can now perform CRUD actions on your service rules via API. Note that APIs have already been available for Global rules.
Multiple Overrides [All plans]: Now you can select a range of dates for which you're on-call and easily create overrides for all of them with one action.
Content-based Alert Grouping (v1) [Digital Ops +, add-ons]: If you work with predictable, homogenous alert data, you can now customize how alerts are grouped without having to train the algorithm on your specific data. This allows you to configure grouping based on your preferred, user-defined fields (multi-select). Alerts that share an exact match on the selected field will be grouped together into the most recent open incident.
Visibility Console [Business+]: If you’re on the Business Plan, you now have access to a version of the Visibility Console that allows for a single dashboard. The Visibility Console provides an interactive view of your digital operations to provide everyone on your team with information about your systems and their health at any time. For example, your teams can use the dashboard to prepare for an upcoming on-call shift, coordinate a number of ongoing incidents, and mitigate risks before a time-sensitive, critical business event.
Technical Service Dependencies for Triage [All plans]: A streamlined interface for rapid definition and mapping of upstream/downstream technical and business service dependencies and relations between them, with low-effort maintenance. Technical service dependencies are highlighted directly on the Incident Details page during triage to provide situational context, help teams collaborate quickly, and take the right actions to resolve issues.
Dependency-Aware Related Incidents [All plans]: Technical service dependencies are suggested via machine learning, and like user-defined dependencies, are highlighted directly within the Incident Details page during triage to help teams avoid blind spots, and expedite incident resolution.
ServiceNow Integration v7 [Business, Digital Ops]: The updated ServiceNow integration helps customers get more value from their investments in ServiceNow and PagerDuty by leveraging new, bi-directional functionality like running a PagerDuty response play in ServiceNow, or posting a Call to Action from ServiceNow to the PagerDuty Incident details page, providing users with live status updates. Additionally, both business and technical service dependencies from ServiceNow's CMDB can be shared with PagerDuty's service directory, allowing teams to more clearly understand the impact of incidents and identify critical services.
Paused Incident Notifications [Digital Operations, Event Intelligence add-on]: Reduce operational noise by delaying triggers, giving machines a chance to auto-remediate before notifying responders. Customers can keep an audit trail of triggers and actions, regardless of whether a responder was notified.
Zoom Conference Integration: Make collaboration in a distributed environment fast and easy by giving response teams the ability to quickly add on-demand, dynamic video conference bridges to their PagerDuty incidents.
Status Update Notification Preferences [Business, Digital Ops]: Increase stakeholder engagement and business service subscriptions by giving business users complete control over the notifications they want to receive for critical updates. Now users can determine the number of times they are notified and the channels by which they occur.
Visibility Console Service Activity Module [Digital Ops]: Help NOC teams increase operational visibility by surfacing patterns in service activity —and their scale— across the entire digital operations portfolio.
Aug. 14 — Paused Incident Notifications
As a new Rulesets feature, paused incident notifications allows rules to be set to create alerts, but pause incident creation and notifications for a predefined amount of time. During the pause period, new alerts will be viewable in the Alerts table with a Suspended status. These suspended alerts have new actions, allowing users to Trigger an incident from the alert during the pause period, or Resolve the alert, preventing the incident and its notifications from being created altogether.
The Service Activity module allows users to see incident activity across a multitude of their services at once, so that they can quickly understand their digital operations health, and identify if there’s a widespread major incident. It is ordered by most recently impacted service and will reorder itself when new incidents are triggered. It has different time windows so eyes on glass teams can monitor their digital operations in real-time, but can also see service activity in the last 24 hours. This module can be filtered to any set of teams and services.
Aug. 21 — Status Update Notification Preferences
Configure notification preferences for status updates when subscribed to an incident.
Aug. 21 – ServiceNow Integration Update
The updated ServiceNow Integration allows users to run Response Plays, post status updates and set the impacted Business Service on a PagerDuty incident all from the ServiceNow interface. Administrators can perform Assignment Group and priority mapping to PagerDuty escalation policies and provision Business and technical services along with their dependency relationships. Additionally, this version allows users to author custom code for outbound REST API calls and it comes with MID server support.
Jul. 23 — My On Call Shifts
My On-Call Shifts allows users to view their shifts across all escalation policies and schedules in a single, easy-to-use view. This feature displays if a user is on call now, a list of their associated shifts and what their schedule is for the upcoming weeks and months. Users can now easily create override shifts across multiple schedules because all of the shifts are accessible in one place. My On-Call Shifts is also available as a widget on the right side of the Incidents page, displaying their current shift, and when they are on call next.
Jul. 31 — New Visibility Console
The newly redesigned Visibility Console provides users with the single pane-of-glass experience to effectively monitor their digital operations in real time. This feature provides Central Ops / NOC teams and technical stakeholders with context on their technical environment at a glance, allowing them to quickly understand the health of their digital operations.
Jul. 15 — Dependency-Aware Related Incidents
To help responders gain better understanding of the breadth and scope of incident impact, we’ve enhanced PagerDuty’s Related Incidents capability set with Dependency-Aware Related Incidents to provide real-time, contextual insights across multiple services and teams. When two incidents are triggered within five minutes of each other and one service is directly dependent on the other, these incidents will be marked as related. Similarly, if incidents occur within this time frame and share a parent Business Service, they will also be marked as related. These service relationships will be identified in the Dependency pane on individual Related Incident cards.
Jul. 10 — Analytics API
With our new Analytics API, users can get incident data aggregated from all incidents, or from services and Teams. Additionally, users can get raw data on multiple and single incidents.
Jun. 23 — Extensions API: Re-enable Extensions
With our Extensions API, users can now re-enable extensions outside of the PagerDuty web app.
Jun. 1 — Response Plays API
With our API for Response Plays, users can create, read, update, and delete Response Plays without having to log into the PagerDuty web app. Fully interact with Response Plays from your preferred interface, whether it be an ITSM tool like ServiceNow or a custom interface.
Jun. 3 — Splunk Integration Update
The updated Splunk integration allows users to customize data that is sent from Splunk to PagerDuty. The integration also includes upgrades to support new Splunk 8 requirements.
Jun. 2 — Microsoft Teams Integration Update
The updated Microsoft Teams integration allows responders to view critical incident details within Teams. They can also acknowledge, resolve, trigger and add notes to incidents, all from one interface.
Jun. 1 — Jira Server Integration Update
The updated Jira Server and Jira Data Center integration includes a suite of features that allows users to coordinate incident response right from Jira issues using the PagerDuty sidebar. Organizations can drive synchronization and collaboration between teams with complex workflows, and map users and accounts across PagerDuty, Jira Server and Data Center.
May 21 — Service Profile
The new Service Profile streamlines all service configurations onto an easy-to-edit page. Responders can clearly see maintenance windows, and filter them based on status. Users can add metadata like runbooks and a communication channels to a service. Having this for as a resource on a service eases the incident triage and response process while also encouraging users to reference Services as a source of truth for their business. The Service Profile includes new metadata for services: a documentation link (use this for a wiki link, an FAQ, or a runbook), a communication chat channel (not a notification path, but helpful for finding out where a team is discussing operations issues), and (drumroll please... ) the impact tab with service dependencies.
May 14 — Status Update Branding
Users who wish to change the logo that appears in status update emails may now upload a custom logo.
The Service Health dashboard allows for the discovery of services that drive incidents and cause increased team response effort. Detailed performance views for each service are provided to show impact of interruptions, how teams respond to incidents, and performance details by incidents and team metrics. This feature allows service owners to make key decisions on where to allocate resources, make investments and drive continual service health improvement.
Apr. 1 — Related Incidents
The Related Incidents feature provides incident responders with the suggested 20 most recent related incidents that are impacting other responders and PagerDuty services. This feature uses a completely online and real-time machine learning algorithm to provide these insights, giving responders an at-a-glance-view of the full breadth and scope of incident impact. Related Incidents extends our machine learning capabilities beyond noise reduction, enriching incidents with deep contextual insights to help responders coordinate an effective team response and mitigate business disruption.
Apr. 15 — Business Services API
Admins and service owners can now use the Business Services API to automate how they define and update business services using scripts, Terraform, or other tools.
Apr. 15 — Business Services: Team Permissions
Business services can now be added to a specific team, allowing team managers to create, edit, and update business services. Existing business services that are not associated to a team are globally viewable and editable by Global Admins and Account Owners.
Apr. 6 — Rulesets API
Users now have full API access to global rulesets. New functionality includes partial updates and rule ordering.
Users now have the option to configure whether or not the corresponding PagerDuty incident is resolved after the responder ends the incoming call.
Apr. 1 — Past Incidents
Similar Incidents has been renamed as Past Incidents to differentiate it from the Related Incidents feature. More information on the difference between these features is available in this FAQ.
Customers who prefer to record their own Live Call Routing greeting may now upload their own MP3 audio file instead of using an automated message.
Feb. 25 — Salesforce Cloud Integration: v2 Update
The new Salesforce Cloud integration allows users to integrate any standard Salesforce object with PagerDuty. Responders can now take advantage of expanded PagerDuty actions, such as setting urgency, adding responders, incident reassignment and running response plays by setting predefined rules and actions within the Salesforce interface. PagerDuty can also send information to Salesforce Cloud by defining evaluation criteria against the updates made in PagerDuty and designating actions to be performed in Salesforce Cloud.
Jan. 16 — Rulesets
The new Rulesets feature is an extension of our legacy Global Event Rules feature. With Rulesets, users can route events to an endpoint and create collections of event rules, which define sets of actions to take based on event content. Accounts with Free, Starter and Team plans will have access to a single global ruleset, while Business and Digital Operations plans will now have the ability to create multiple global rulesets. For these higher-tier plans, each ruleset will have an individual endpoint and they can be associated with specific Teams, giving Team Managers edit-access to their rules. On all plans, Rulesets also expands actions available for service event rules.
The Service Directory now allows users to search by integration key, returning a list of services where the key is configured.
Nov. 19 — Offboarding
The offboarding feature allows administrators to easily deprovision users from their associated escalation policies, schedules and assigned incidents. When offboarding a user, a Global Admin or Account Owner can review their associated escalation policies and schedules, sending notifications to the user’s Team Manager that they need to be replaced by another user on those objects. Administrators can also reconcile triggered and/or acknowledged incidents that were assigned to the offboarded user by reassigning them to their affiliated escalation policy or resolving them. This feature is available to accounts with Advanced Permissions.
Intelligent Dashboards measure the impact of real-time work on teams and business objectives, promoting continuous improvement in digital operations towards greater success. Digital business leaders can use flexible data visualizations to compare key metrics to industry benchmarks or teams to company averages. After making improvements in training, processes and technology investments, leaders can then monitor the performance of Teams and Services and ensure they are trending in the right direction. Intelligent Dashboards is available with the purchase of the PagerDuty Analytics product.
Nov. 11 — Operational Reviews: Edit Scorecards
Default Team On-Call Handoff Review scorecards now allow you to edit the number of weeks, days of the week, and hour of day that they are generated. Custom scorecards of any type now allow you to edit any aspect of the scorecard that was customizable when created.
In the Service Directory, users can now search for technical services associated with Business Services with a Business Service filter.
Sep. 26 — Service Directory
The Service Directory allows everyone to search for the services they go on call for and learn more about the other services in their organization. The Service Directory is a searchable, high-level aggregate view of all the services your organization has represented in PagerDuty and their corresponding owners. From the Service Directory, you can dive into each individual service to learn more about it, make changes to the settings or metadata, and take further action. This feature replaces the old Services list view.
Sep. 25 — Slack Integration: v2 Update
The v2 update to our Slack integration includes new incident response capabilities: trigger and escalate incidents and run response plays from Slack. Users will now be able to create on-demand Slack channels from PagerDuty incidents. Additionally, the new Slack integration has improvements such as an updated notification design with more context from monitoring tools, and actions that respect PagerDuty user permissions.
Sep. 25 — Zendesk Integration: v2 Update
The v2 update to our Zendesk integration uses Extensions, Targets and Triggers to send Zendesk Support Ticket events to PagerDuty, triggering incidents. This update allows users to view, create and link PagerDuty incidents from the Zendesk interface, so the proper responders can be notified of critical customer issues.
Sep. 25 — Salesforce Service Cloud Integration
The new Salesforce Service Cloud integration allows users to customize when the proper on-call team should be notified about Salesforce Service Cloud cases and it allows for exception case routing. Users can create and/or update the Service Cloud case with relevant information as soon as there’s a PagerDuty update such as an acknowledgement, resolution, reassignment, etc. This integration includes synced notes between PagerDuty and Salesforce Service Cloud, so Customer Service teams can provide relevant updates to customers.
Aug. 8 — Email Domain Restriction
Admins and Account Owners can now choose to restrict users to only use domains that are in the Email Domain Allow List when they change (or create) their login or contact email addresses. The restriction applies to users when updating future email addresses; existing email addresses will continue to function.
Aug. 30 — Contextual Search - API Endpoints
New API to manage, assign, and list Tags. A tag can be assigned to Escalation Policy, Team or User, and searches for those objects can be filtered to retrieve those with specific tags.
By default, users see scorecards only for the teams they are on. With subscribe/unsubscribe, users can find scorecards for teams they care about but aren't members of, and allows them to hide scorecards they don't want to see anymore.
Each list of Team On-Call Handoff, Service Performance and Business Performance review scorecards has a search capability. For users who have many scorecards in their list, the search allows them to find specific scorecards quickly.
Jul. 25 — Status Dashboard
PagerDuty’s status dashboard provides technical responders, business responders, and leaders a live, shared view of system health to improve awareness of operational issues. It displays the current status of key business services and sends notifications to alert users when business services are impacted. This feature improves communication between response teams and stakeholders during incidents.
Jul. 16 — Amazon EventBridge
With Amazon EventBridge, PagerDuty customers are able to leverage the full breadth of AWS-supported integrations and functionality. When a PagerDuty incident is created or updated, an event or webhook can be sent to notify a designated Event Source in your AWS Account and Region. One can create an Event Bus to retrieve these notifications and deliver them to an AWS target such as Lambda to run a specific function, workflow, SNS topic for another notification delivery, etc.
Jul. 10 — ServiceNow: v6 Update
Teams are now able to drive a coordinated response, add multiple responders and add conference bridge information to an incident from the ServiceNow interface. Admins and Account Owners can configure how different priorities should notify responders by mapping a Priority level to a PagerDuty Urgency level (Example: P1 incidents can call responders and P3 incidents can email). They can also customize data sent from ServiceNow to PagerDuty when creating an incident, and easily add Assignment Groups or Users.
Jun. 22 — One Touch to Join Conference Bridge
The One Touch To Join Conference Bridge feature enables rapid response team assembly by giving responders a push-button means of joining a conference bridge. This feature relies on two existing Modern Incident Response features: Conference Bridge and Add Responders.
Jun. 28 — PagerDuty Analytics: Scorecard Search
A new search capability for the list of Team On-Call Handoff, Service Performance and Business Performance review scorecards. For users who have many scorecards in their list, the search allows them to find specific scorecards quickly.
Jun. 19 — AWS Security Hub
The AWS Security Hub integration allows you to send AWS Security Hub Findings to PagerDuty and use the PagerDuty platform to manage, organize, and respond to events relevant to your organization.
May 8 — Contextual Search - Tagging
Managers, Admins, Global Admins and Account Owners can now add tags to the following PagerDuty objects: Teams, Escalation Policies and Users. Adding this simple metadata provides extra context to help Responders and Managers organize and navigate to desired objects and easily reassign incidents.
New API endpoints to retrieve and delete user sessions. These can be used as part of an offboarding flow to ensure users are securely removed from all of their PagerDuty sessions.
Apr. 14 — Cherwell Integration
The bi-directional Cherwell ITSM integration allows for advanced notification when incident tickets are created.
Mar. 1 — Subscribe to Business Service Notifications
Users with Visibility and Modern Incident Response can now subscribe to be proactively notified about business service disruptions and responder updates via response plays.
Feb. 7 — Event Intelligence: Preview Intelligent Alert Grouping
Service owners can now preview potential noise reduction and grouping behavior before activating Intelligent Alert Grouping.
Business stakeholders can be automatically notified when a business service goes from healthy to disrupted by connecting a response play to a business service. This feature is only available with the Modern Incident Response package.
Jan. 31 — PagerDuty Analytics: Operational Reviews
The Operational Reviews feature offers metrics for three different types of reviews, targeted at different levels of leadership in a digital business. The Business Outcomes, Service Performance and Team On-Call Handoff reviews contain scorecards intended to drive meetings and provide insight into the business impact of real-time operations.
Jan. 30 — Recurring Event Rules
Recurring Event Rules allow Admins to set events to follow particular rules during specific hours of the day or day(s) within a week on an automatic, weekly recurring schedule. This feature is integration-specific and one can make additional changes, such as changing severity/priority, based on time of day.
Dec. 1 — Intelligent Alert Grouping Update: Grouping Frequency
Alerts that are new to a service and are seen in a short time period will be grouped together more frequently. This will reduce noise and responder alert fatigue.
Nov. 1 — Events API Update: Rate Limit Increase
The Events API rate limit has been increased to 120 events/min for Starter, Team, and Business plans. Customers who require a higher rate limit for Global Event Rules may submit a request to be approved on a case-by-case basis. This increase can help facilitates the management of even higher volumes of operational data from noisier tools.
Nov. 26 — PagerDuty + AWS CloudTrail Integration
New native integration with AWS CloudTrail. Customers can route CloudTrail events to PagerDuty for real-time response.
Nov. 26 — PagerDuty + Amazon CloudWatch Integration Update
Updates to our existing Amazon CloudWatch integration. We now support CloudWatch Events and Alarms. This update also enables customers to use CloudWatch with Global Event Rules.
Nov. 26 — PagerDuty + AWS Personal Health Dashboard Integration
New native integration with AWS Personal Health Dashboard. Customers can route Personal Health Dashboard events to PagerDuty for real-time response.
Nov. 26 — PagerDuty + Amazon GuardDuty Integration
New native integration with Amazon GuardDuty. Customers can notify the right people about critical security issues for real-time response.
Oct. 1 — Global Event Rules Update: API
An API designed to help admins and developers automate the management of their Global Event Rules.
Oct. 1 — Pivotal Cloud Foundry Integration
The Pivotal integration allows development teams to quickly onboard with a basic setup of critical PagerDuty components.
Oct. 1 — Microsoft SCOM Integration
The Microsoft SCOM integration allows customers to route infrastructure monitoring events to PagerDuty for real-time response.
Sep. 12 — PagerDuty Visibility
PagerDuty Visibility is a new product that provides technical and business responders with a shared understanding of major incident scope and impact. This facilitates organization-wide response without technical and business responders interrupting each other for details.
Sep. 12 — PagerDuty Visibility: Business Services
Business Services is a key feature of PagerDuty Visibility. It provides a way to model capabilities that span multiple technical services and may be owned by several different teams. This provides business users with customer-impact context even if they lack full understanding of the function and scope of all technical services.
Sep. 12 — PagerDuty Visibility: Business Impact Metrics
Impact Metrics is a key feature of PagerDuty Visibility. It allows you to quantify the impact of incidents on your business services in real time. By placing existing business impact metrics in context of major incidents, business stakeholders can have a fully automated, live view of the impact at any time.
Sep. 25 — Event Rules Update: Rule Disablement
To pause an event rule’s activity, one can disable and re-enable it at a later time. This feature allows you to manually initiate integration-specific disablement during maintenance or testing on a tool.
Sep. 12 — Jira Service Desk Integration
Provides Jira Service Desk users with the ability to engage on-calls via PagerDuty. Tickets in Jira Service Desk can be escalated to the on-call either automatically (by configurable criteria) or manually (on button press). Integration is bidirectional, and syncs status, priority, and notes.
Sep. 4 — PagerDuty + Atlassian Bitbucket Integration
New integration with Atlassian Bitbucket. After a change is committed to a Bitbucket repository, failures in the pipeline can be routed to PagerDuty so they can be actioned in real time.
Sep. 4 — PagerDuty + Atlassian Jira Cloud Integration Update:
Updates to our existing bidirectional Jira Cloud integration.
- Bidirectional status sync
- Bidirectional note sync between PagerDuty and Jira
- Bidirectional priority sync
- Ability to have PagerDuty populate fields in Jira (such as mandatory or custom fields)
- Ability to automatically or manually create a Jira issue from PagerDuty
- Updated sidebar widget in Jira
Sep. 4 — PagerDuty + Atlassian Jira Server Integration Update:
Updates to our existing bidirectional Jira Server integration.
- Bidirectional status sync
- Bidirectional note sync between PagerDuty and Jira
- Bidirectional priority sync
- Ability to have PagerDuty populate fields in Jira (such as mandatory or custom fields)
- Ability to automatically or manually create a Jira issue from PagerDuty
- Updated sidebar widget in Jira.
Aug. 1 — Modern Incident Response Update: APIs
Enables advanced API-based automation of incident response, including mobilizing multiple responders for an incident, sending status updates, and running response plays.
Jun. 7 — Event Intelligence Product Launch
PagerDuty Event Intelligence is a new product that looks at both digital signals and human response behavior to optimize digital operations.
Using Event Intelligence, teams can automate common manual workflows, significantly reduce operational noise, and access rich context during incident triage to speed up response.
Jun. 7 — Event Intelligence: Threshold Alerts
Threshold Alerts are a key feature of the Event Intelligence package. They allow customers to receive PagerDuty notifications only when their customized alert conditions breach specified limits, enabling, responders to effectively reduce alert noise without missing critical issues.
Jun. 7 — Event Intelligence: Scheduled Rules
Schedule Rules are a key feature of the Event Intelligence package. Customers can gain a greater degree of control over their event rules by detailing specific times in the future in which they will be active. This is particularly helpful during rules testing and planned maintenance.
Jun. 7 — Event Intelligence: Event Rules
Event Rules is a feature release for the Event Intelligence package. Event Rules allow you to define which team receives alerts based on content in those events.
Jun. 28 — Response Plays Update: Response Bridge
Users can now set a Response Bridge on an incident as part of response plays, allowing responders to use their preferred web conferencing provider for coordination.
Jun. 12 — Incident Timeline Update: Escalations Itemization During Response Mobilization
All escalations during response mobilization will now be itemized in the incident timeline. This facilitates the acceleration of incident response by allowing the right people to focus on resolution. Additionally, this information can be easily included in postmortems.
Jun. 1 — Integration Updates: Migration From API v1 to API v2 Endpoints
Updates have been made to the following integrations using v1 APIs, and API endpoints have been migrated to v2 APIs:
Customers using an older version should update their integration to the latest version on our website.
- Ability to customize ring duration before a call escalates to the next responder
- Ability to customize the auto attendant greeting
- Transcription is available with premium Live Call Routing pricing on Team, Business, and Digital Operations plans. Please contact our Sales team if you are interested in this feature
May 7 — PagerDuty + Microsoft Azure Integration Update
Update to our existing Microsoft Azure integration. Support for the new Metric alert format with automatic syncing of PagerDuty incidents and Microsoft Azure Metric Alerts.
May 7 — PagerDuty + Microsoft VSTS Integration Update
Update to our existing Microsoft VSTS integration. Automatic syncing of PagerDuty incidents with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services Work Items.
Apr. 17 — PagerDuty + Atlassian Stride
The Atlassian Stride extension allows you to be notified of PagerDuty incidents and acknowledge or resolve them straight from the Stride UI.
- V2 webhooks
- Extensions API endpoint: Add extensions (like webhooks, etc.) to a service over the API
- New Notes webhook type: receive a webhook whenever a note is added to an incident
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