Co-authored with Ann Kilzer
Today, we’re excited to announce that Boundary’s new notification features are available to all customers. With notifications you can set up rules to automatically be notified when specific types of events occur. You can receive notification messages via email, SMS or voice calls. You can also integrate notifications with third-party systems like PagerDuty.
Below is a short overview of notifications to help you get started.
Step 1: Configure your contact information
First, you need to configure your contact details. The user settings page allows you to specify how and when you’d like to receive notifications. You can enter multiple email addresses and phone numbers and specify how long to wait before being notified. Each user can configure their own contact rules based on their preferences.
Step 2: Create a team
Teams represent a group of people that you want to notify when a notification is sent. Typically, teams represent a group with a shared area of expertise. For instance, at Boundary we have a team called “Operations” that includes all the engineers who maintain our infrastructure. You can create as many teams as you want and users may be a member of multiple teams.
Boundary also includes a default team named “Everyone.” As the name implies, the Everyone Team always includes all users in your Boundary Organization.
Step 3: Create a Notification Action
Notification Actions allow you to configure what happens when a...
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