Lightstep Incident Response January 27, 2022 release notes
The Lightstep Incident Response application provides reliable notifications, on-call scheduling, automatic escalations, and other functionalities.
Incident Response highlights for this release
To find solutions to common problems, or get help from a support agent, see Access Support.
New in this release
- Alert and incident dashboard
- Track the volume, performance, and progress of alerts and incidents in your account. From initial analysis and detection to resolution, reports filter by source, service, priority, assignment group, and assignee.
- Export to CSV option available from alert and incident list views
- You can export your alert and incident data to a comma-separated values (CSV) file.
See Export alert information to a CSV file and Export incident information to a CSV file for
more information.Note: The alert export contains all alert data that matches your filtered list including any related alerts that match, whether their primary alert matches or not.
Changed in this release
- Closing an alert
- When closing an alert, it also automatically acknowledges any related alerts on the record before closing.
- Email integration
- Every email without a value for
metric_namegenerates a new alert.
- Slack integration
- These changes have been added to the Slack integration:
- You must sign in to Slack with workspace admin or owner permissions using the same email as the one used to sign in to Incident Response.
- If you enter an invalid Slack command,
/lightstep helpis executed by default.
- Only users who are signed up with Incident Response can use the slash commands.
Previous release notes
View previous release notes here.