We’d like to let you know that we’ve recently added a new alerting option – alerting via Webhook contact.
Webhooks are user-defined HTTP/s callback that can be configured to trigger alerts in Monitis. When an alert occurs, Monitis makes an HTTP/s request to the URL configured for the Webhook and you can get data with both GET and POST methods in JSON, XML and Query string formats.
To start using Webhook in Monitis, first you need to add a Webhook contact. Once an alert via Webhook is sent, you can parse the request and use the alert params (metrics, values, etc.) for different types of a trigger-like functionality for configuring post-alert actions on your side.
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