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Integration is a fundamental part of any IT infrastructure. It allows organizations to connect different systems and applications together in order to share data and information. As organizations become more complex and interconnected, they need to ensure they have complete observability and monitoring of their integration architecture. This is essential in order to discover, understand and fix any issues that can arise.


How we approach integrations at incident.io

If you pick a random SaaS company out of a jar and go to their website, chance are they integrate with another tool. Typically, the end goal of integrations is to meet users in the middle by working with other tools they’re already using on a day-to-day. Put another way, integrations are a strategic business decision. But the question remains: why don’t companies just build a tool with similar functionality in order to make the product stickier?


Git Integration for Jira Cloud: 2022 Year in Review - Feature Roundup

Thank you for being a customer and putting your trust in our team. 2022 was a big year for GitKraken and Git Integration for Jira. We made numerous advancements in our mission to help customers operate more efficiently by bringing their Jira and DevOps data closer together. Let’s take a quick look at some of the 2022 improvements, and then a sneak peek into what’s in store for 2023.

PagerDuty and FiberPlane Integration Demo

Presenter: Aparna Valsala, Solutions Engineer at Fiberplane, Using the PagerDuty and Fiberplane integration, the responding engineer can immediately start the investigation using a predefined and configurable Fiberplane template visible to all while allowing multiple engineers to collaborate on the investigation with complete visibility and context.

Integrating Cloudsmith with Your Roadie Developer Portal

Customers can now integrate Cloudsmith with Roadie, letting users monitor key Cloudsmith data within the Roadie developer portal. Cloudsmith has just announced an exciting new integration with Roadie, a start-up that provides SaaS for Backstage, a service catalog open-sourced by Spotify that automatically tracks your microservices. Organizations use Roadie to build a software catalog and developer portal for internal systems, centralizing information in one convenient location.


Instana and Instabug Join Forces To Increase Efficiency with Mobile-to-Server Overview of Network Flows

Instana and Instabug are closing the end-to-end visibility gap for mobile app teams and the operations teams that support them. By enabling developers and SREs to seamlessly connect on-device and backend network flows, teams can – for the first time – resolve app quality incidents quickly and definitively.


Squadcast + Hund Integration: A Simplified Approach for effective Alert Routing

Hund is a versatile Service Monitoring & Communication tool. It helps monitor services and keeps your audience informed about any status changes automatically through a status page. If you use Hund for monitoring and management requirements, you can integrate it with Squadcast, an end-to-end incident response tool, to route detailed alerts from Hund to the right users in Squadcast.


Transform ServiceNow workflows with Service Graph Connector for Observability - Lightstep

For technology-driven organizations, providing digital services for customers is mission-critical. As a result, organizations are doubling down on their cloud transformation, but are challenged with complex hybrid environments. Those that have relied on traditional monitoring solutions are now finding gaps in their visibility, resulting in poor MTTR and incident management across their hybrid estate. But, there’s a solution–The Service Graph Connector for Observability - Lightstep.


Jira GitLab Integration

Integrating Jira and GitLab is one of the best ways for software teams to streamline their workflows and improve team collaboration. GitLab and Jira are two of the most popular tools available for tracking projects and development work. GitLab is primarily a hosting service that allows development teams to store their code. GitLab saw its first commit made in 2011 and has grown to over 30 million registered users in 2021.