A Dashing dashboard for PagerDuty Services & Schedules
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A Dashing dashboard for PagerDuty Services!

  • Show the number of triggered and acknowledged incidents using the hotness widget.
  • Display who's on-call for a particular PagerDuty schedule.



Getting Started

The easiest way to get started is to use Heroku button above to launch your dashboard. You will need to fill out the following environment variables in Heroku so your Dashing dashboard can communicate to the PagerDuty API.

Environment Variable Example
PAGERDUTY_URL https://yoursubdomain.pagerduty.com
PAGERDUTY_APIKEY Your api key (this can be a read only key)
PAGERDUTY_SERVICES {"services": { "staging": "ABC1234","preprod": "QAZ4567","production": "EDC4321"}}
PAGERDUTY_SCHEDULES {"schedules": { "oncall": "ABC1234","firefighter": "QAZ4567"}}


Where can I see what the IDs are for my services/schedules?

Clicking on a Service/Schedule in PagerDuty will show you the ID in the URL.

Why do I need to format my Services/Schedules like that?

The Services/Schedules need to be in JSON format. In order for Heroku to accept them, they need to contain no line breaks.