Integrations

FireHydrant integrates with your existing tools so you can fight fires quickly.

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Jira Integration

Send incidents and action items straight to Jira from FireHydrant
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Zoom Integration

Get started with Zoom for incident response bridges.
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Clubhouse Integration

Setting up FireHydrant's integration with Clubhouse
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Incident Response w/ Slack

A recipe on how to best use our Slack integration
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Slack Commands

All available commands for the Slack Integration
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Jira On-Premise Setup

FireHydrant integrates with On-Premise installations to track your incidents and follow-ups
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Jira Cloud Setup

FireHydrant integrates with Jira Cloud to track your incidents and follow-ups
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AWS CloudTrail Integration

See AWS CloudTrail events as changes in FireHydrant
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Using Statuspage.io with FireHydrant

If you're using statuspage.io for your public facing status updates, we have great news for you.
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Importing from your Alerting tool

Import services from PagerDuty or Opsgenie and link them to your FireHydrant inventory
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GitHub Integration

See your GitHub Pull Requests in FireHydrant
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FireHydrant CLI tool (fhcli)

Command line utility to submit events from your existing systems
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Kubernetes Integration

Automatically send updates to your Kubernetes clusters to FireHydrant
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