Lightstep Incident Response April 21, 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

Access Support

To find solutions to common problems, or get help from a support agent, see Access Support.

New in this release

Icinga2 integration
Integrate Icinga2 with Incident Response. Handle Icinga2 alerts by ensuring that the right people are working on the incidents.
Microsoft Sentinel integration
Integrate Microsoft Sentinel with Incident Response. Handle Microsoft Sentinel alerts by ensuring that the right people are working on the incidents.
Create incident from Slack message
Create an incident using message shortcuts while you are still chatting in Slack with any user.
Test your SSO configuration
Test your SSO configuration to make sure it works before enabling it.

When the test succeeds, you can select Activate to enable SSO. If it fails, follow the instructions in the popup and select Close to continue editing.

Changed in this release

Onboarding guide
The onboarding guide has been updated for an improved and complete onboarding experience.
Option to select a service while creating DevOps integrations
You now have the option to define a service in the payload or select from your available services for DevOps integrations. The issues delegated from the DevOps tool will be assigned to the service selected while setting up the integration in Incident Response.
Mobile enhancement
The mobile sign-in is modified to simplify the login process. The instance screen is removed and instance is automatically detected from the user email id.

Browser requirement

The Incident Response web application requires a web browser that has JavaScript enabled. For more information on system requirements, see System requirements for Incident Response.

Previous release notes

View previous release notes here.