Author picture Phil Leggetter

Hookdeck Update: December 2023


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The focus for December at Hookdeck has been all about our new direction as an Event Gateway. Here's a summary our Event Gateway launch, and a few December updates.

Event Gateway summary

Our new direction means we are still 100% committed to serving customers who need a reliable and scalable solution for inbound webhooks. But we've seen that we can also help customers building event-driven applications who need a solution for additional use cases such as:

  • Outbound webhooks infrastructure
  • Third-party to third-party message routing
  • Asynchronous API gateway infrastructure
  • Serverless event broker

As part of this new direction we shipped a new website, we gave the Hookdeck documentation an overhaul, and we made a number of UX and feature improvements to the dashboard.

Read the Introducing the Event Gateway post for more details on our new focus.

December updates

Hookdeck is now SOC 2 Type 2 compliant

We recently went through the process of building upon our SOC 2 Type 1 compliance to also become SOC2 Type 2 compliant.

Read the SOC2 Type 2 announcment.

Hookdeck Metrics are now GA

Hookdeck Metrics

Hookdeck metrics give you deeper insight into your usage of Hookdeck and include the ability to export your data to Datadog. Metrics are available on the Growth plan and above.

Read more in our Metrics docs.

Send Webhooks with Hookdeck

Send Webhooks with Hookdeck event-driven architecture diagram

If you're already using us for inbound webhooks, why not also use Hookdeck as your outbound webhook infrastructure.

Try out our new sending webhooks quickstart to get started.

That's it for the December update and for 2023. The very best of luck to you for 2024 from everyone at Hookdeck!

As always, please get in touch with any feedback or questions.