Integrating StatusCake with Zenduty

Zenduty is an incident management platform that helps businesses manage and resolve incidents quickly and efficiently. It enables teams to automate their incident response workflows, so they can receive and manage alerts from various monitoring tools, communication channels, and other sources in a unified manner.

With Zenduty, teams can collaborate in real-time to diagnose and resolve incidents, track incident response performance, and continuously improve their incident management processes. Zenduty provides advanced features such as on-call scheduling, escalations, and runbooks to ensure that incidents are resolved as quickly as possible, minimizing downtime and keeping users happy with a focus on increased reliability.

In this article we’ll take you through the steps of setting up a integration between StatusCake & Zenduty for alerts.

Step 1: Create a Zenduty Account – If you don’t already have a Zenduty account, go to the Zenduty website and sign up for a free trial. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll be directed to the dashboard.

Step 2: Set Up a Zenduty Integration within the dashboard, click on the Integrations tab and search for StatusCake. Click on the StatusCake integration and copy the Webhook URL.

Step 3: Set Up a StatusCake webhook. Log in to your StatusCake account and go to the edit page for your contact group. Paste the Webhook URL you copied from Zenduty into the “Webhook URL” field.

Step 4: Test Your Integration In Zenduty, you can do this by creating a dummy test with a bad URL, as long as the correct contact group is assigned, you will see the alert appear in the Zenduty dashboard.

That’s it! You’ve successfully integrated StatusCake with Zenduty, and you should now receive alerts in Zenduty whenever there’s an incident on your StatusCake-monitored websites, servers, or networks. Just remember to use the relevant contact group!

Note: If you encounter any issues during the integration process, please reach out to support, the Zenduty documentation for this integration can be found here.