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FogBugz + PagerDuty

Create cases on FogBugz for new or updated incidents on PagerDuty

  1. When this happens

    Step 1: New or Updated Incident

  2. Then do this

    Step 2: Create Case

Just because you're busy putting out fires for alerts on PagerDuty doesn't mean the whole development team shouldn't know about it. Set up this PagerDuty FogBugz integration to loop everyone in automatically from then on: a new case will be created on FogBugz every time a new incident is reported or updated on PagerDuty—making sure that, even during an emergency, everything is being tracked accurately.

How It Works

  1. A new incident is created on PagerDuty
  2. Zapier automatically creates a new case on FogBugz

What You Need

  • PagerDuty account
  • FogBugz account

Supported triggers and actions

What does this mean?
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About FogBugz

FogBugz is powerful hosted bug tracking software used to make great software by great teams.

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About PagerDuty

In an always-on world, teams trust PagerDuty to help them deliver a perfect digital experience to their customers, every time. 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. From digital disruptors to Fortune 500 companies, over 12,000 businesses rely on PagerDuty to help them continually improve their digital operations-so their teams can spend less time reacting to incidents and more time building for the future.

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