Integrating with BugSnag

BugSnag provides error monitoring for your cloud applications. Use alerts from BugSnag to power incidents and notifications in FireHydrant.

Configuration steps

  1. First, you need to authorize the BugSnag instance on FireHydrant's integrations page.

  2. Once you click Authorize Application, you'll see a webhook URL provided.

  3. From your BugSnag dashboard, use the gear icon to navigate to Project Settings, then click the Data Forwarding link.

  4. On the Data Forwarding page, click Post to a Webhook URL and enter the URL shown on the FireHydrant BugSnag Integration page in the BugSnag modal. BugSnag data forwarding page BugSnag webhook URL modal

  5. Click Save, or alternatively, click the Test link to send a test webhook to FireHydrant. You should then see the webhook logged on the FireHydrant Bugsnag configuration page (where you originally got the URL) under Alert Routing.

Using Alert Routes with BugSnag

Once your BugSnag instance is configured, you can setup Alert Routes to take action on your alerts based on the data included in the alert. You can automatically open new incidents, send alerts to any Slack channel, log an alert in FireHydrant, or simply ignore it. To learn more, read about Alert Routes.

Last updated on 2/9/2024