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I have several clients with different SLA configuration in my Jira Service Management portal and I would like to setup on-call in OpsGenie depending on the SLA attached to a Client. I tried several options (based on custom field) but could not make it work. I can see that the integration is passing customer's name in a custom field to OpsGenie but I cannot seem to make use of it. Does anyone have any suggestion on how to distinguish the Organization of the Reporter in the Alert in OpsGenie and based on that decide if the oncall should be triggered or not?
Hey there Tomasz,
Thanks for writing into Statuspage Community, I'm Talar from the Atlassian team, happy to help.
Let me preface the info below with our recommended set up for routing alerts:
What you can do here is use the filter "Details (key-value based)" within the routing rules of the team to determine which escalation to route the alert to.
If you set up multiple Escalations within your team, one per customer, or one per SLA type (whatever works for you), you then then have any different routing filters to route the alert to the escalation that matches.
Hope this helps!
Well, I tried that.. I already have routing rule in place and only call my team members when P1 or P2 alert is created. When I added Key-Value field of Company and the name of one of the companies I want them to be called for assistance, it did not work at all. I think this field is not passed to OpsGenie from Jira Service Management....
I am on Jira SM Cloud. Is there a way to know which fields are passed to Opsgenie?