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How do I integrate uptime status from different sites?

We have an internal site and we would like to include uptime status from specific services/applications (line items) on the following pages:

Is there a clean way to do this?

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Jake Bartlett
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Dec 20, 2018

Hi Robert, thanks for the question here!

We have a feature we call Third-party Components. You can enable this under the Components section and you'll see Atlassian is offered as a third-party component provider there (including Jira Cloud and Confluence Cloud as specific components)

We don't currently have Boomi included in there, as these are added upon request from the service provider themselves. So we'd need the request and approval from Boomi/Dell to get this added. 

What you might be able to do is use the page API ( -- specifically the "Components" endpoint) and build some custom tooling to surface the status of that component on your page somewhere. This isn't as ideal as flipping on a third-party component, but it's a possible work around.

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