Send alert notifications to third-party services using Splunk Observability Cloud 🔗
In addition to sending alert notifications by email (see Manage notification subscribers), you can configure Splunk Observability Cloud to send alert notifications to the following third-party services:
Splunk On-Cal (VictorOps)
You can also configure Observability Cloud to send alert notifications to a webhook. See Send alert notifications to a webhook using Splunk Observability Cloud.
These notification service integrations enable you to configure Observability Cloud to automatically send alert notifications to these third-party services and webhooks when a detector alert condition is met and when the condition clears.
Depending on the third-party service, the alert notification can create notifications, incidents, or issues, for example, based on information sent in the Observability Cloud alert notification.
For information about how to use detectors, events, alerts, and notifications, see Introduction to alerts and detectors in Splunk Observability Cloud.
About naming your integrations
When a user adds an alert recipient to a detector, they choose from the notification service integration names you create when configuring these integrations. For this reason, Splunk recommends that you provide descriptive and unique names for the integrations you create. This helps ensure that users get enough information from an integration name to be able to select the correct recipient for the alert notifications.