1. Select the OpsGenie integration

opsgenie integration opsgenie form

2. Set the API key

You can generate a OpsGenie API key by creating an API Integration by logging in to OpsGenie then going to Settings - Integrations and selecting "API".

Please note that the OpsGenie integration labeled "Honeybadger" is an older version that doesn't currently support all the events we send.

3. Select region

We can send to both US and EU regions.

4. Select label (optional)

If you have multiple OpsGenie integrations, you can add a label to differentiate in the integration list view.

5. Save

That's it! You can test the integration by clicking "Test". Otherwise, just save it and you're ready to go.

Configuring OpsGenie alerts

OpsGenie provides the option to route the alerts based on the kind of event that is reported to OpsGenie, and elements from the event payloads can be used in the alert rules. For example, when a check-in fails to report on time, Honeybadger will send the check_in_missing event to OpsGenie. Here is an example OpsGenie configuration for defining a rule that would match that event:

opsgenie alert configuration screen

The following events are supported by the OpsGenie integration:

  • occurred
  • rate_exceeded
  • assigned
  • resolved
  • unresolved
  • commented
  • deployed
  • up
  • down
  • cert_will_expire
  • check_in_missing
  • check_in_reporting