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Opsgenie Data Ingestion

Alerts are the main entities for your incident management flow within Opsgenie. Coralogix allows you to monitor Opsgenie alerts and add their context to other application and infrastructure events. Using Coralogix visualizations, tags, and other log analysis tools you can perform better root-cause and impact analysis and gain additional insights into your infrastructure health and the effectiveness of your operational processes.

How to integrate:

Generate your token

  1. Open in Coralogix: Settings -> Context Data Plugins
  2. Click on the Opsgenie tab.
  3. Click on the “+ADD NEW KEY”  button.
  4. Enter integration name in the pop-up window (it can be any name).
  5. The token will show up on the list.

Create Opsgenie webhook

  1. Log in to your OpsGenie  account and click on Settings. 
  2. Scroll down to Integrations and click on Webhook. If you do not see “webhook”, click on the integration list and search for it.

Once you chose webhook a new screen will pop up

“Cluster url” is a variable. Please match this part with a row entry within the table. Copy the table row entry located under the column that matches the top-level domain of your Coralogix account (.com, .in, etc.). Replace the variable part of the URL with this entry.

Complete the form and hit save.

Cluster URLcoralogix.comapp.coralogix.incoralogix.us
Team URL.coralogix.com.app.coralogix.in.app.coralogix.us


Webhook name

Assigned to team

opsGenie Alerts


You can give it any name

you can trigger these calls based on team. If you don’t choose a team all alerts will be sent to Coralogix.

Configure as many alerts as you want

https://integrations.Cluster URL/v1/opsgenie/v1/events/<token>


You can specify application and subsystem names by adding  them right after the token in the payload URL (remember to use the table to select the correct :


Make sure the URL end point corresponds with the top level domain of your account URL (.com, .in, .us). See table above.

To test your configuration, go  under Alerts and configure a test alert.