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Manage Service relations and responders with Terraform Edited

Hello,

i try to manage my services in Opsgenie with Terraform. We try to manage everything possible as code and Opsgenie is one of the tools we'd like to configure with Terraform because there is an official provider: https://registry.terraform.io/providers/opsgenie/opsgenie/latest/docs.

Creating a Service is not problem. I also can add service incident rules (opsgenie_service_incident_rule) but i cannot define service relations or responders.

The API does not seem to support this feature either, so it's not a Terraform issue but a missing feature in the API .

Do i miss something or is it just not possible?
How do you manage service relations in a configuration as code way?

Thanks for your feedback :-)

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Samir Atlassian Team Mar 30, 2021

Hi @Felix Peters - yes you are right, it is not currently possible to define service relationships in Opsgenie via API. We do have a few feature requests around this so I expect it is something that will be implemented in the future. Currently it is only possible to define service relationships within the Opsgenie UI.

 

Let me know if you have anymore questions!

 

Thanks,

Samir

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