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We're happy to announce that Heroku app webhooks is now generally available for all Heroku customers.

App webhooks provide notifications when your Heroku app changes, including modifications to domain settings, releases, add-ons, and dyno formations. These notifications can empower your internal communications, dashboards, bots or anything else that can receive HTTP POST requests. Integrating with Heroku webhooks provides easy support for driving custom workflows and 3rd party tools.

Creating webhooks

With the webhooks CLI plugin, you can subscribe to events with a single command.

heroku plugins:install heroku-webhooks heroku webhooks:add -i api:release -l notify -u...

Today we’re making our Slack integration generally available to all Heroku customers through the release of Heroku ChatOps.

ChatOps is transforming the way dev teams work, replacing the asynchronous communication and context-switching of traditional operations processes with a shared conversational environment so teams can stay focused, communicate in real-time, gain visibility, and speed joint decision making.

Having seen the benefits of Slack integration for managing our own apps, we wanted to make ChatOps easier to use and accessible to every dev team. Heroku ChatOps handles the complexity of user onboarding, authentication, and accountability between Slack & Heroku, and provides...

Today we're announcing two new features that will help you better manage and run apps on Heroku: Threshold Alerting and Hobby dyno metrics. Threshold Alerting provides the ability to set notification thresholds for key performance and health indicators of your app. We’ve also extended basic Application Metrics to Hobby dynos to provide basic health monitoring and application guidance. Together these features allow you to stay focused on building functionality by letting the platform handle your app monitoring.

Threshold Alerting

There are many ways to measure the health of an application. The new alerting feature focuses on what is most important to the end users of your app:...

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