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As most organisations, we have regular maintenance work such as server patching and OS updates that are performed on a regular basis.
Is it possible to set up a reoccurring schedule for a team/globally? e.g. every first/second/third/last Saturday of the month or every other month between x times etc.
Right now, we don't have an option to set up recurring maintenance in Opsgenie, but we have an open feature request for this:
The closest option right now would be to use our API to enable/disable policies (similar to what a maintenance policy does) and set up a cron job or something similar to do this on a set interval.
@J Conners - We have an option to connect BitBucket to Opsgenie to track deployments:
Hi @Brennan Kiely - That was not what I meant. Let's say we have filtered notifications/alerts from a security alert subscription service. We identify a few alerts that should be added to our regular application update schedule--not emergency, but should be a normal or even standard change. How can we do that with Jira Service Management premium and Opsgenie alerts filtering?
@J Conners - You can set up an integration between JSM and Opsgenie to create JSM tickets for the security alerts coming into OG.
You can add filters on the integration to only create JSM tickets for certain alerts in OG.