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Integration Access Levels

Sleuth relies on third-party integrations to track deployments. These applications ask for elevated privileges including, often, write access, enabling Sleuth to add webhooks and automate deployment data collection. All access is completely revocable. Sleuth will never use it for any purpose other than supporting deployments data and collecting deployment data.
  • GitHub / GitHub Enterprise - Read-only access
    to content, issues, pull requests, and actions;
    write for commit status and action execution
  • Bitbucket - Write access for webhook
    installation and commit statuses
  • GitLab - Write access for webhook
    installation and commit statuses
  • Azure DevOps - Read-only for content and
    work items; write for webhooks, commit
    status, and pipeline execution
  • Bitbucket Pipelines - Write access for
    executing pipelines
  • Jenkins - Write access for executing
  • CircleCI - Write access for executing
  • PagerDuty - Read incidents, optionally write
    for installing a webhook
  • FireHydrant - Read incidents
  • StatusPage - Read status updates
  • Jira Cloud / Datacenter - Read issues,
    optionally edit and transition
  • Shortcut - Read issues
  • Opsgenie - Read incidents
  • Linear - Read issues
  • Sentry - Read error counts and publish releases
  • Honeybadger - Read error counts
  • Bugsnag - Read error counts
  • Rollbar - Write access for project token
  • Slack - Send notifications and read reactions
  • Datadog - Read metrics and publish events
  • New Relic- Read metrics
  • Splunk Observability Cloud / SignalFX - Read metrics
  • AppDynamics - Read metrics
  • AWS CloudWatch - Read metrics
  • LaunchDarkly - Write access for webhook
  • Blameless - Read incidents
  • Buildkite - Read-only access to organizations, pipelines, builds, and users
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