Virtually every company has evolved from working with products (things) to working with information. Your whole company runs on information, so you need to figure out how to share it, analyze it, and make the most of it.
So when information is locked up in logs and systems that not everyone uses, the company has to work harder to produce the same results. The company also has to work harder to access and analyze important information when things go wrong so they can figure out how to resolve issues quickly and improve processes going forward.
A log management solution like Sumo Logic can be just the ticket. Sumo Logic scheduled search alerts trigger xMatters notifications with responses that can be integrated into all of your IT tools, replacing manual steps in your incident management process.
With Sumo Logic, you can gain real-time operational and security insights:
You just need to create a webhook connection in Sumo Logic that targets the URL, and add that webhook as an alert type to a saved search. xMatters will now notify your specified recipients whenever the search is triggered! Check out the screenshots at the top of this page to see what the notifications would look like in the xMatters mobile app.
Sumo Logic integration with xMatters
The integration with xMatters extends the massive searching power of Sumo Logic and delivers the right information to the right person at the right time. Users search for terms using the Sumo Logic Query Language, then save the search for future use.
With real-time processing, any new log entries that satisfy the search criteria trigger the saved search and fire a webhook to xMatters. The Integration Builder then transforms the payload into an event, and notifies the targeted recipient.
Integrating xMatters with your other tools allows you to automatically transfer key Sumo Logic alert data throughout your systems and drive workflows forward. Notifications embedded with Sumo Logic data allow you to take immediate action.
To learn more about Sumo Logic and the integration with xMatters, visit the xMatters website.
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