StatusCast integrates into your DevOps monitoring tools. Kick off automated changes to your status page based on alerts received from a wide range or uptime monitoring and Application Performance Management solutions.
With StatusCast you can set up your workflow to auto-create incidents based on notifications received from your APM apps, but have those incidents forward to your DevOps team first before actually publishing or notifying your end users.
Social media often becomes an outlet for your customers to keep up to date with your organization. Authorize StatusCast to post to your Twitter and Facebook accounts so that when an incident occurs your followers will be notified in their feeds.
Use any enterprise third party integration for authenticating your users or subscribers with StatusCast. We offer a host of SSO integrates to make working with your existing infrastructure a breeze.
If you would like to use your own custom e-mail service, we’ve got the integrations ready to go. Easily switch from our in-house bulk mail capabilities to any of these third party services using our own account.
You can even use your own in-house SMTP server if you don’t have access to a bulk e-mail service.
Enteprise customers can use StatusCast’s integration with Slack and HipChat to notify users en-masse when problems occur. Additionally, feel free to set up a custom webhook so you can push a status page notification to any third party application you want to host or develop.
StatusCast integrates with your favorite Google Services out of the box. Easily tie your status page in to a Google Calendar so your employees can see upcoming scheduled maintenance and incident history. Add Google Analytics to your status page so you can track activity and usage. Know just how popular your status page gets when things are going wrong.
If your status page is publishing an application that relies on access to a third party service you can link your SaaS vendors automatically. Use our built in workflow to automatically create your own incident when a third party service goes down.