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Nagios > OpsGenie priority mapping

Hi guys!


I have a custom field called _tier, which can have the state tier[1-4]. We would like this to map to P[1-4] in the nagios integration, but cannot figure out how this is done via opsgenie/oec/opsgenie-nagios/send2opsgenie. Maybe I can use it as a tag, but then I cant figure out how that is mapped in Nagios Integration in OpsGenie.


Can you help me?

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Ashish Shetty J
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Feb 21, 2022

Hi Fredrik,

Thanks for reaching out! :)

As I understand you would like to map the values received from Nagios and map them to different priorities in Opsgenie. (Please correct me if I misunderstood the requirement)

Depending on which field contains the value in question, you should be able to achieve this by creating multiple create alert rules in the advanced integration section of Nagios integration.

For example, if you are sending the values as tags "tier-1", "tier-2"..... You should be able to set conditions on the filter to match the particular label and set priority accordingly (as shown in the example screenshot below)
Screenshot 2022-02-21 at 5.20.52 PM.pngScreenshot 2022-02-21 at 5.29.29 PM.png

Hope this helps!


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