Dotcom Monitor Integrations

  • Create Slack messages for Dotcom-Monitor status changes

    Slack is a great messaging app for group collaboration. Dotcom-Monitor provides information about the performance of websites and servers. A connection with Zapier allows Dotcom-Monitor alerts to be posted into Slack communication channels by automated bots.

    How It Works

    1. A device monitored in Dotcom-Monitor changes status
    2. Zapier creates a message in Slack

    What You Need

    • Dotcom-Monitor account with an active monitoring device
    • Slack account
  • Create Asana tasks from Dotcom-Monitor alerts

    Asana helps individuals, teams and organizations stay organized. Dotcom-Monitor alerts you when problems are detected with website availability and performance. An easy connection between the two can help you automate the process of creating a new task in Asana whenever an alert is generated in Dotcom-Monitor.

    How It Works

    1. A new alert is detected in a device monitored in Dotcom-Monitor
    2. Zapier creates a new task in Asana

    What You Need

    • Dotcom-Monitor account with an active monitoring device
    • Asana account
  • Create Salesforce cases from Dotcom-Monitor alerts

    Salesforce is a great tool for managing all of your customer data, including support cases. Dotcom-Monitor creates automated alert messages when problems are detected with online assets such as websites. Together, Zapier allows you to automatically create new support cases in Salesforce when Dotcom-Monitor issues an alert.

    How It Works

    1. An alert is triggered in Dotcom-Monitor
    2. Zapier opens a new case in Salesforce

    What You Need

    • Dotcom-Monitor account
    • Salesforce account
  • Send tweets for Dotcom-Monitor status changes

    Twitter allows individuals and businesses to broadcast messages to the world. Dotcom-Monitor tracks the uptime and performance of your websites. together with Zapier you can take notifications and automatically posts the message to Twitter to ensure that your audience is aware of the status of your website.

    How It Works

    1. Status changes on a Dotcom-Monitor device
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new tweet for each status update

    What You Need

    • Dotcom-Monitor account
    • Twitter account
  • Send Pushover notifications for Dotcom-Monitor status changes

    Pushover is a powerful app that pushes external messages to your mobile devices. Dotcom-Monitor provides performance and uptime notifications for websites and other online resources. Using Zapier, you can automatically push Dotcom-Monitor alert and status notifications directly to your mobile devices in Pushover.

    How It Works

    1. A device monitored in Dotcom-Monitor changes status
    2. Zapier pushes the status change to a Pushover account where the updated status is displayed

    What You Need

    • Dotcom-Monitor account with an active monitoring device
    • Pushover account
  • Save Dotcom-Monitor alerts as new cards in Trello

    Trello allows you to create boards to organize your tasks and manage projects. Dotcom-Monitor monitors your web assets and triggers alerts when a problem is detected. A simple connection between the two can automatically post the Dotcom-Monitor alert messages as new tasks in a Trello board.

    How It Works

    1. A new alert is detected in a device monitored in Dotcom-Monitor
    2. Zapier creates a new card in Trello

    What You Need

    • Dotcom-Monitor account with an active monitoring device
    • Trello account
  • Update Dotcom-Monitor status within Geckoboard

    Geckoboard brings all of your critical data into one powerful dashboard. Dotcom-Monitor provides external monitoring for all of your web assets including web sites, web services, servers and more. Connecting the two via Zapier can help you display the latest statuses reported by Dotcom-Monitor directly onto your Geckoboard dashboards.

    How It Works

    1. A device monitored in Dotcom-Monitor changes status
    2. Zapier pushes the status change to a Geckoboard dashboard where the updated status is displayed

    What You Need

    • Dotcom-Monitor account with an active monitoring device
    • Geckoboard account with dashboard that has a custom text widget
  • Save Dotcom-Monitor status updates to Google Sheets

    Google Sheets gives you the power of sharable spreadsheets online without the need for locally installed software. Dotcom-Monitor provides performance information about online resources such as web sites and other servers. Using Zapier you can automate the process of sharing website status logs in Google Sheets. Share Dotcom-Monitor monitoring data in a Google Sheet with anyone without giving them access to the monitoring interface.

    How It Works

    1. The status of a device changes in Dotcom-Monitor
    2. A new row with detailed information is added to Google Sheets

    What You Need

    • Dotcom monitor account with monitored devices
    • Google account

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Dotcom Monitor Integration Details

Launched on Zapier May 5, 2015

Zapier combines Triggers (like "Device Status Change") and Actions (like "Create Campaign") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following Dotcom Monitor Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

Device Status Change

Triggers when a device status is changed (UP to DOWN or vise versa).

New Alert Event

Triggers when a device status is changed to 'DOWN'.

New All Clear Event

Triggers when a device's status becomes 'UP' after have been 'DOWN'.

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