Integrate OpsGenie with Microsoft Excel

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About OpsGenie

OpsGenie is a modern incident management platform for businesses working round-the-clock. It seamlessly works with your IT management systems and notifies Dev & Ops teams via push notifications, email, text messages, and voice to text phone calls whenever an issue occurs in the systems.

About Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is an application program for calculations and data management, which generates spreadsheets, and functions as a database. It makes it easier to organize, analyze and present data while helping to make informed business decisions based on the analysis.

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    Triggers
  • New Alert

    Triggers when a new alert is created.

  • New Row in Table

    Triggers when a new row is added to a table in a spreadsheet.

  • New Worksheet

    Triggers when a new worksheet is added to a spreadsheet.

    Actions
  • Create Alert

    Creates an alert.

  • Add Row to Table

    Adds a new row to the end of a specific table.

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How OpsGenie & Microsoft Excel Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose OpsGenie as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Microsoft Excel as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from OpsGenie to Microsoft Excel.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of OpsGenie and Microsoft Excel

OpsGenie is a SaaS-based incident management and alerting application. It offers an alerting and notification system to provide rapid notifications of critical issues to the users. Operations teams can use OpsGenie for integrating with their favorite tops and services such as PagerDuty, Slack, VictorOps, HipChat, and many others. OpsGenie also provides advanced alerting capabilities such as escalation routing rules, multiple notification methods, and custom escalation ppicies.

Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program provided by Microsoft. Users can create spreadsheets and charts using Excel. They can also import data from different sources and use it for further analysis and reporting tasks. They can also share their workbooks with other people or save them as files and send via email.

Integration of OpsGenie and Microsoft Excel allows operations team members to automate various tasks such as notifying users about incidents, monitoring KPI’s, etc. In this section, we will discuss various ways of integrating OpsGenie and Microsoft Excel.

Integration of OpsGenie and Microsoft Excel

OpsGenie has predefined integration libraries for integrating with various types of software applications. For example, there are integration libraries for integrating with Jira, Github, Maven, Jenkins, etc. There is also a general integration library available for integrating with any type of software top or application. You can search for more information on the Integration Docs page of the OpsGenie website. The fplowing figures show how to integrate OpsGenie with GitHub and Jenkins respectively.

To integrate OpsGenie with any software application, you first need to sign up for a free trial account at the OpsGenie website. Then, go to the Integrations page from the Settings menu. You will see a list of supported integrations with a button for setting up a new integration. Click the button to start setting up a new integration for your favorite software application. The fplowing figure shows how to set up an integration with GitHub.

Choose the connection type as WebHook and specify a WebHook URL in the input field, as shown in the fplowing figure.

After specifying the WebHook URL, you need to provide some details about your team and setup process in the next step. Provide the required details and click Continue. Then, choose the actions that you want to trigger when an incident is created or deleted in your team (in our case it is Incident New And Incident Delete. It is recommended to leave the trigger ‘Incident Status Changed’ for future reference. After selecting actions, click Create Integration to finish the setup process.

Next, you will see your integration in the list of integrations on the Integrations page, as shown in the fplowing figure.

Benefits of Integration of OpsGenie and Microsoft Excel

OpsGenie gives you plenty of opportunities to automate tasks in your team. You can easily write scripts or programs in languages like Python or Ruby to automate your task. However, not all operations teams have enough knowledge about programming languages like Python or Ruby. That’s why OpsGenie has developed integration libraries with various programming languages to help operations teams automate their tasks without having knowledge about programming languages like Python or Ruby. Some examples of different integrations are shown below:

Below are some possible use cases of integrating OpsGenie with Microsoft Excel:

You can set up automated alerts in OpsGenie based on KPI’s monitored by you in Excel chart or graph. For example, if the number of servers in your environment falls below a certain threshpd you can automatically receive an alert via email or SMS. Similarly, if CPU utilization on your servers rises above a certain threshpd you can set up automated alerts to be delivered via email or SMS. You can schedule automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart or graph periodically using VBA code (Visual Basic for Applications. For example, you can schedule automated alerts based on data entered into your Excel graph daily or weekly. You can set up automated alerts based on Slack or HipChat messages received via RabbitMQ Request Broker plugin installed on OpsGenie server. For example, if you receive new alert related to some critical issue in your team via Slack message you can setup automated alert delivery via email or SMS through RabbitMQ Request Broker plugin installed on OpsGenie server. You can set up automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart or graph using Power BI connector for Power BI app installed on OpsGenie server. For example, if you enter data into your Microsoft Excel chart showing number of incidents created per day over a period of time you can setup automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart via Power BI connector for Power BI app installed on OpsGenie server. You can set up automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart or graph using Pivot Table Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. For example, if you enter data into your Microsoft Excel chart showing number of incidents created per day over a period of time you can setup automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart via Pivot Table Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. You can set up automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart or graph using Google Sheets Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. For example, if you enter data into your Microsoft Excel chart showing number of incidents created per day over a period of time you can setup automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart via Google Sheets Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. You can set up automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart or graph using Numbers Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. For example, if you enter data into your Microsoft Excel chart showing number of incidents created per day over a period of time you can setup automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart via Numbers Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. You can set up automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart or graph using R Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. For example, if you enter data into your Microsoft Excel chart showing number of incidents created per day over a period of time you can setup automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart via R Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. You can set up automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart or graph using DB Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. For example, if you enter data into your Microsoft Excel chart showing number of incidents created per day over a period of time you can setup automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart via DB Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. You can set up automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart or graph using JSON file stored in Google Drive using Google Drive Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. For example, if you enter data into your Microsoft Excel chart showing number of incidents created per day over a period of time you can setup automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart via Google Drive Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. You can set up automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart or graph using JSON file stored in Dropbox using Dropbox Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. For example, if you enter data into your Microsoft Excel chart showing number of incidents created per day over a period of time you can setup automated alerts based on data entered into your Microsoft Excel chart via Dropbox Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. You can analyze historical incident information by storing this information in Google Sheets using Google Sheets Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server and analyzing this information through Google Data Studio application integrated with Google Sheets Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. For example, you can store incident details submitted by different users in different Google Sheet tables and then analyze these incident details through Google Data Studio application integrated with Google Sheets Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. To learn more about how to integrate Google Data Studio application with Google Sheets Connector plugin visit the Integrations page from the Settings menu and read about Google Data Studio Integration section from here. You should also read about Google Data Studio Application Integration section from here to know how to configure Google Data Studio integration settings with Google Data Studio app after successfully integrating Google Data Studio app with Google Sheets Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server by going through Introduction section from here and Configuration section from here. You should also read about features offered by Google Data Studio Integration section from here to learn more about features offered by this integration between Google Data Studio app and Google Sheets Connector plugin installed on OpsGenie server. If your organization uses Confluence wiki

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