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Teams Integration

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Loggly provides Microsoft Teams integration for sending alerts to a Teams channel using WebHook. To set up a Teams integration, set up a Microsoft Teams Incoming WebHook and configure a Loggly alert to post alert messages from Loggly to a Teams channel.

Add an Incoming Webhook to a Teams Channel

Follow Microsoft's instructions on how to Create Incoming Webhook. As instructed, copy the webhook URL to the clipboard and save it somewhere safe. You will need the webhook URL when you create a Microsoft Teams alert endpoint in the next step.

Create a Microsoft Teams Alert EndPoint

  1. In the Loggly the navigation menu click Alerts > Alerts Endpoint, and the click Create Endpoint.
  2. Select Microsoft Teams Endpoint from the Endpoint drop-down menu.

    Microsoft Teams Endpoint

  3. Enter a Name and Description for the endpoint in the corresponding fields.
  4. Enter the Webhook URL (from Step 1 above) in the field provided. 

This new alert endpoint is now available as an option when you create Loggly alerts.

Create a Loggly Alert

  1. In the navigation menu, click Alerts > Alert List to view the list of Loggly alerts. Click Add New.

    Add an alert

  2. Enter an alert name and description.

  3. Select a saved search and enter additional information to define your alert conditions. See Alerts for more information.

  4. In the Then pane, select the Send to an Endpoint check box, and then select the Microsoft Teams endpoint you just created from the drop-down menu.

  5. Click Save.

Enable Room Notifications for Teams

Click the gear icon and check Send a notification in Microsoft Teams. After enabling this, channel members will be notified of new Loggly alerts.

Verify that Your Alerts are reaching your Teams Channel

Generate some logs that trigger your alert. Wait a few minutes for the alert to run, then check your Teams channel for the messages.



If your Teams channel does not receive your alerts, try performing the following actions:

  • Check the spark line graph on the Alerts page to verify that the alert was triggered.
  • Check the frequency the alert is set to run and wait for at least that long to see if the alert triggered.
  • Search or post questions in the community forum.

Advanced Alert Options