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Powerful alerting, incident management solution

Opsgenie - Incident Management

Opsgenie, from Atlassian, delivers powerful alerting and on-call management tools for Dev and Ops teams looking to remediate issues quickly and keep customer satisfaction high. And it’s super easy to integrate Opsgenie with the tools you use every day, including Jira, Jira Service Management, and Statuspage to name a few.

Actionable & reliable alerting

Opsgenie ensures you will never miss a critical alert. With deep integrations into monitoring, ticketing, and chat tools, Opsgenie groups alerts, filters out the noise, and notifies you using multiple channels, providing the necessary information for your team to immediately begin resolution.

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On-call management & escalations

Opsgenie makes on-call management easy. Build and modify schedules and define escalation rules within one interface. Your team will always know who is on-call and accountable during incidents and have the confidence that critical alerts will always be acknowledged.

Advanced Reporting & Analytics

Gain insight into areas of success and opportunities for improvement. Opsgenie tracks everything related to alerts and incidents. Use powerful reporting and analytics to reveal the source of most alerts, your team’s performance in acknowledging and resolving, and how on-call workloads are distributed.


Centralize alerts with 200+ integrations

Opsgenie integrates with hundreds of the best monitoring, workflow, and collaboration tools. Paired with a flexible rules engine, Opsgenie notifies the right people on-call, enabling them to take rapid action.


Opsgenie in the Healthcare Industry


Opsgenie integrates with the best monitoring IoT tools in the hospitality industry to provide enhanced care, supervision and safety to the vulnerable in care homes and hospitals.

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What is Incident Management?

  • The ins and outs of beginning an incident management process, including postmortems

  • Defining key fields, industry terms, and SLAs

  • Internal and external communication

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