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Short Description
A simple PagerDuty dashboard to allow teams to keep a track of their alerts.
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Dashboard Duty

Dashboard Duty is a simple PagerDuty dashboard designed to allow teams to keep a track of their alerts and who is currently first line on-call for their service.

Environment Variables

Dashboard Duty needs two environment variables set in order to run. The first is DASHBOARD_DUTY_SERVICE which is the name of the PD service which you wish to display. The second is DASHBOARD_DUTY_KEY which needs to be a V2, Read-Only PagerDuty API key.

Running With Docker

You can either build the docker image yourself or simply pull the pre-built image which is available from Docker Hub.

Pulling from Docker Hub:

$ docker pull jrasell/dashboard-duty

Building from source:

$ git clone
$ cd dashboard-duty
$ docker build .

Running a container:

$ docker run --rm -p 5000:5000 -e DASHBOARD_DUTY_SERVICE='<PD_Service_Name>' -e DASHBOARD_DUTY_KEY='<PD_API_Key>' <docker_image>

Running without Docker

Firstly you will need to have a local clone of this repository. Then use virtualenv to run the application and install the requirements. If you do not have virtualenv installed:

$ pip install virtualenv

From here you can setup your virtulenv and install the requirements:

$ virtualenv venv
$ source venv/bin/activate
$ pip install requirements.txt

In order to run the application, the environment variables must be set:

$ export DASHBOARD_DUTY_SERVICE='<PD_Service_Name>'
$ python dashboard_duty/

Known Limitations

  • The escalation policy linked to the service currently needs to be a schedule and doesn't handle being an individual user.


Any contributions are much appreciated. If you would like to contribute please open a pull-request.

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