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Installation of Opsgenie

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I have now manage to install opsgenie on a Ubunto 18.04. When  i try to access the default website(https://api.opsgenie.com) i'm getting an error "{"message":"No handler found","took":0.001,"requestId":"3db45a6f-e880-42fc-a43c-78fc430308b3"}"

Is there something I have missed that need to be configured before it works? Is there an indepth installation guide out there, I dont fint the opsgenie docs to be that good

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What are you trying to install? Opsgenie itself is a completly web based solution, there should be nothing to "install" on your server.

There is a component called "Marid" which is used to allow Opsgenie to communicate with systems on prem for various reasons. Is that what you are trying to install?

I followed an installation guide for it. I now see that I followed the oec installation guide, that exsplains it. How would I go by starting opsgenie on a seperate VM and later integration with Marid. The goal is to have opsgenie to communicate with op5

op5 looks to be a successor for nagios.

https://www.op5.com/

Luckily op5 is supported by opsgenie

https://app.opsgenie.com/integration#/add/OP5

You want to follow the instructions below to get op5 to send alerts to nagios

https://docs.opsgenie.com/docs/op5-monitor-integration

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