Lightstep Incident Response March 24, 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
- OAuth identity authentication now available
- Configure OAuth identity authentication so that any user in your organization can automatically log in to Incident Response.
- Manually create an alert
- Create an alert to test a new automation rule or if you think an issue poses a risk and should be evaluated as soon as possible.
- Additional on-call shift categories
- On-call notifications categories added to notify members when they are added or removed from any shift.
- Drill down for analytics reports enabled
- Clicking into one of the analytics bar or line graph reports drills down into the underlying alert or incident records.
- Azure DevOps integration
Integrate Azure DevOps with Incident Response. Escalate incidents from Lightstep Incident Response to Azure DevOps and delegate work items from Azure DevOps to Lightstep Incident Response.
Changed in this release
- Updates to Response rule actions
Sys_ID and Incident fields added to response rule condition builders.
Number and Service added to the default Preview/Customize messages template for Send an Email, Create a Slack Channel, and Create a Zoom meeting.
- Enhanced workflow for deleting a team
- Remove a team reference from dependencies such as open/work-in-progress incidents, open alerts, active services or response/grouping rules, or escalation policies before you proceed to delete a team. Earlier, these dependencies were removed automatically.
Previous release notes
View previous release notes here.