Tutorials and Guides

Tutorials on how to best use FireHydrant

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Starting a new Incident

Something is broken. Its time to rally the troops and kick off a new incident
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Severity Matrix

Automatically assign severities to an incident based off of rules that you define
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Severities

Not all incidents are equal. Severities help differentiate that to your company
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Saved Searches for Change Events

Save searches to quickly find the change events that matter the most to you
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Webhooks

Receive notifications anytime a Change Event is created or updated
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Single Sign On with Google

Enable SSO on FireHydrant with Google
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Single Sign On With OneLogin

Setup the SSO integration with OneLogin
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Single Sign On

Use your identity provider to login to FireHydrant
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Single Sign On With Okta

Setup FireHydrant to accept Okta logins
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Environments

Environments let you break up your app by region or development stage
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Services

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Teams

Teams help you organize and extinguish fires
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Adding Change Events

How to use the changelog for finding things like deploys, configuration changes, etc.
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Incident Roles

Use roles to give everyone distinct responsibilities during an incident
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Creating a Bot User

Want to use the FireHydrant API? You'll need a bot account for that.
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