For more information on editing, deleting, disabling, and enabling integrations, see How do I edit, delete, disable, or enable integrations?
Auvik can connect to a communication tool for alert notifications using an incoming webhook.
To set up an Auvik integration using a generic webhook, first create the new incoming webhook by following the steps below. Then create the new integration in Auvik.
Note: Unlike our other integrations, the date/time format sent to your webhook for an Auvik alert will appear in UTC/GMT rather than the time zone defined on your Auvik dashboard.
Webhook integrations can only be managed from your MSP dashboard.
How to add a new webhook integration
All of your Auvik alerts will feed into a single webhook. To have alerts sent to multiple webhooks, it’s best to create a new integration for each webhook you’d like to post to.
Webhook URLs must sit behind a secure socket layer (HTTPS).
- Click Integrations in the side navigation bar.
- Hover over the Add Integration button and select Webhook.
- In Auvik, fill in the following detail:
- Integration name
- Webhook URL
- Optional: Click Test Connection to confirm your settings are accurate.
- Click Save.
If the test connection spins or a failed message appears, see How do I troubleshoot issues with my Auvik / Webhook integration? for possible resolutions.
Before you can use the generic webhook integration, there’s one final configuration step: creating a notification channel to be associated with the Auvik alerts you’d like sent to the integrated platform.
If Auvik alerts fail to be sent to your webhook, see How do I troubleshoot issues with my Auvik / Slack integration? for possible resolutions.
See How do I interpret Auvik webhook notifications? for a webhook output example.
See How to associate an external ticket ID to an Auvik alert using webhooks? to learn how to add a link to a corresponding ticket in an external ticket management system in the Auvik UI.