Trouble Ticket Integration Using a Web Services Framework
eG Enterprise can integrate with TT systems that support a web services framework. The eG manager establishes an HTTP/S connection to a web services URL on the third-party system and communicates alarm information to that TT system using its web services API. Upon receipt of an alarm, the TT system automatically generates/modifies/closes trouble tickets.
This is the preferred integration option as all the necessary processing can be done in the monitoring tool itself, without requiring additional integration work to be done in the Service Desk tool.
Without the need for any complex instrumentation, eG Enterprise can readily integrate with the following help desk systems via their web services interface:
- Manage Engine’s ServiceDesk
- Remedy Force
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- Ivanti Service Manager
- Microsoft Teams
- SNOW ITOM
Click on the links below to know how eG integrates with each of the TT systems mentioned above.
- Integrating with ManageEngine’s ServiceDesk
- Integrating with ServiceNow
- Integrating with Autotask
- Integrating with BMC RemedyForce
- Integration with PagerDuty
- Integrating with HipChat
- Integrating with Slack
- Integrating with JIRA
- Integrating with ATF
- Integrating with Ivanti Service Manager
- Integrating with Moogsoft
- Integrating with ConnectWise
- Integrating with MS Teams
- Integrating with Opsgenie
- Integrating with SapphireIMS
- Integrating with SNOW ITOM
- Integrating with Zendesk
- Integrating with VictorOps
Additionally, you can also configure eG Enterprise to integrate with any third-party TT system that is capable of accepting incoming webhooks.