I imagine most sysadmins would like the idea of being able to set up webhooks for many of the notifications sent out via Plesk so that we can log this info and/or act on it.
Some notifications that would be great to be able to add webhooks for:
1. A user/attacker gets blocked for using the wrong password too many times on an email or ftp account
2. Email account/hard drive reaches specified capacity
3. Apache is down!
4. Server is down
5. DNS issues
6. Let's encrypt issues
I'm sure there are plenty more situations where webhooks would be useful.
Thank you for your input. We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it is popular. Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.
Bruno Mateus commented
Also very usable with NodeJs, as it can allow static site content regeneration, like in Nuxtjs.
Example: As you update an external CMS, a webhook is sent to the Node app, which regenerates the static page. Netlify supports it.
Bludau Media commented