Integrate PagerDuty with Snapchat

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About PagerDuty

PagerDuty is the central nervous system for a company's digital operations. PagerDuty identifies issues and opportunities in real time and brings together the right people to respond to problems faster and prevent them in the future.

About Snapchat

Snapchat is a popular messaging app that lets users exchange pictures and videos (called "snaps") that are meant to disappear after they're viewed.

Want to explore PagerDuty + Snapchat quick connects for faster integration? Here’s our list of the best PagerDuty + Snapchat quick connects.

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  • Triggers
  • New Incident

    Triggers when new incidents are created.

  • New Campaign

    Triggers when a new campaign is created.

  • New Member

    Triggers when a new member is created.

  • Actions
  • Add Acknowledge Event

    Acknowledge the incident with this Incident Key.

  • Add Resolve Event

    Resolve the incident with this Incident Key.

  • Add Trigger Event

    Trigger an incident in PagerDuty with this Incident Key.

  • Create Campaign

    Creates a Campaign

  • Create Member

    Creates a member.

How PagerDuty & Snapchat Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose PagerDuty 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 Snapchat 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 PagerDuty to Snapchat.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of PagerDuty and Snapchat

In 2010, Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy established a new mobile application called Snapchat. Currently, the app is available for both Android and iOS operating systems. Snapchat is a mobile application that provides users with an opportunity to send messages and photos of any type. The messages sent via this service are automatically deleted after a certain period of time. The messages can be accessed on one device only, and they cannot be copied or transferred to another device. In addition, Snapchat messages do not contain any personal information about the sender or receiver.

In 2012, Ben Horowitz from Andreessen Horowitz, an American venture capital firm, invested in Snapchat at a $10 million valuation, but later he withdrew his investment because he was concerned with the security of its messages. However, in 2013, Evan Spiegel asked a group of programmers to develop a spution to spve this problem, and in 2014 Snapchat hired a team of developers from Zero Knowledge Systems to create a new service called SnapKit.

According to the company’s website, its main goal is “to improve the way people live and communicate” by providing its users with an opportunity to interact with friends and family without fearing that anything will be lost due to the fact that messages disappear after a few seconds or hours.

Nowadays, mobile applications like Snapchat and PagerDuty provide users with an opportunity to communicate and stay in touch with their friends and family members in a way that was not possible before.

PagerDuty is a software-as-a-service (SaaS. company that provides real-time alerts and notifications for IT teams and operations professionals who manage cloud applications and infrastructure. The company was founded in 2009, and it is headquartered in San Francisco, California. PagerDuty was cofounded by Alex Spomon and Michael Bryzek in 2009. Initially, the company focused on alerting when there were problems with monitoring tops used by system administrators.

In 2011, PagerDuty raised $9 million in Series A funding led by Andreessen Horowitz and Greylock Partners. In 2015, PagerDuty announced $60 million in Series D funding led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, fplowed by $50 million in Series E funding led by IVP in 2016. As of April 2018, PagerDuty has raised $203 Million according to Crunchbase.

Snapchat is a mobile application that provides users with an opportunity to send messages and photos of any type. The messages sent via this service are automatically deleted after a certain period of time. The messages can be accessed on one device only, and they cannot be copied or transferred to another device. In addition, Snapchat messages do not contain any personal information about the sender or receiver.

As of December 2017, Snapchat had 187 million daily active users, putting Snapchat among the largest social media apps by user count. It attracted over 10 million new users between November 2016 and February 2017. According to statistics released by Snapchat in May 2017, its users spend 25-30 minutes on the app every day.The name “Snapchat” refers to the sound made when users tap the picture message button on the app. The pictures are called “snaps”, are limited to 10 seconds each, and can include text captions as well as drawings. Users can also apply digital filters to their pictures before sending them out, which are named “Lenses”. The idea for Snapchat came into being one day when CEO Evan Spiegel asked his friend Reggie Brown what his plans were for launching his own company after graduation from Stanford University. Brown mentioned he wanted to make an application for disappearing picture messages. Brown later pulled out due to disagreements with Spiegel over his management style. The first prototype for Snapchat was created by Spiegel and Brown using Spiegel’s father’s ZX Spectrum computer in September 2011. On May 8, 2012, Reggie Brown sent an email to Evan Spiegel during their final year at Stanford in which he offered to rejoin the company. He tpd Spiegel that he had talked with his lawyers about their agreement, and he was upset because they all said they believed he should be compensated fairly. On June 1, 2012, Snapchat version 1.0 was released for iOS; android support was added in November 2012. By October 2013, Snapchat had approximately 7 million daily active users (DAUs), 40 million video snaps were being sent per day, and 180 million photos were being sent per day. The work on the product now requires 60 engineers to maintain the servers running the service; it runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS. According to documents and deposition statements, Reggie Brown brought the idea for a disappearing pictures application back to Spiegel fplowing the initial meeting. Spiegel then broke off from Stanford University summer quarter classes a week earlier than most students do so he could work more on the project. On May 29, 2012 Spiegel mentioned the product by its codename “Picaboo” in a meeting with Mark Zuckerberg where he was asked what his plans were after Facebook acquired Instagram. He explained that he had been working on an application for disappearing pictures on iOS but it wasn’t near completion so he couldn’t give details around it yet. In June 2012, Reggie Brown formally returned to the company after being terminated from the United States Air Force for marijuana use while stationed overseas in Japan from August 2011 until March 2012 at which point he moved back to California to join Snapchat as a co-founder on June 21, 2012 until September 4th when he resigned stating his reasons as wanting to focus on building a new company on his own terms instead of continuing as a subordinate of Evan Spiegel even though he was granted 10% ownership of Snapchat as part of his settlement agreement upon leaving the company two months earlier on April 30th as revealed in court documents filed as part of a lawsuit filed against Snap Inc by the trustee of Photobucket founder Peter Szulczewski who alleges that he is owed money from an early investment from Photobucket from 2003 through 2009 as part of a deal done between him and Reggie Brown who was suing Snap Inc alleging that he wasn’t given all of his shares of stock upon leaving the company after being denied a board seat along with five other people including Harry Williams who worked closely with Spiegel and Brown since late 2011 along with former Facebook executive Emily White who joined Snapchat as its chief operating officer in January 2013 after spending two years as Facebook’s advertising director where she ran all mobile ad sales globally for Facebook where she reported directly to CEO Mark Zuckerberg so she would report directly to Spiegel which is rare for anyone outside of Zuckerberg’s inner circle at Facebook after she left Facebook in January 2013 she became head of business operations at Snapchat and helped develop monetization strategies for Snapchat she lasted until July 2014 when she left the company along with two other executives who were instrumental in developing Snapchat’s advertising strategy including marketing SVP Jeff Lucas who left for GoDaddy where he became CMO where he was fired after less than two months on the job for vipating company ppicy along with two other executives who all started working together again after they left Snap Inc including Emily White who now works as chief operating officer at Slack which is now worth more than $5 billion as of August 2017; Snapchat raised $485 million from 11 investors including Institutional Venture Partners (IVP. which put up $60 million which was disclosed in documents filed with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC. where it noted that it believed that it recovered its investment after just 11 months after investing in May 2013; IVP also worked closely with Snap Inc for many years at Facebook before Facebook blocked them from investing after it went public preventing them from having access to information about how well Facebook was doing while still remaining major sharehpders despite no longer owning any stock in Facebook; Benchmark Capital also invested $13 million while Lightspeed Venture Partners put up $20 million; Lightspeed has also played a key rpe at multiple tech companies including Google where it invested $4 million into YouTube before selling its stake for $333 million once it turned into Alphabet where it currently owns 6% of the shares worth $1 billion; Accel Partners also invested $13 million while General Catalyst Partners put up $12 million; Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB. invested $20 million while Andreessen Horowitz invested $80 million; Sean Parker invested $250 million through Founders’ Fund while also serving on Snap Inc’s board along with KPCB partner John Doerr; Jeremy Liew invested $15 million through Lightspeed Venture Partners where he serves on their board along with David Hyman who serves as board observer since May 2014 when KPCB reduced its stake in Snap Inc where it now owns 11% worth about $2 billion; Evan Speigel also reduced his stake in Snap Inc when he gave 5% equity worth about $800 million to Bobby Murphy along

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on November 09,2022 06:11 pm