Robusta can send playbook results to Slack. There are two ways to set this up.
Recommended: Using Robusta's official Slack app¶
When installing Robusta, run
robusta gen-config and follow the prompts. This will use our official
Robusta can only write messages. We don't require read permissions.
You can also generate a key by running
robusta integrations slack and setting the following Helm values:
Add this to your generated_values.yaml
sinksConfig: # slack integration params - slack_sink: name: main_slack_sink api_key: MY SLACK KEY slack_channel: MY SLACK CHANNEL
Save the file and run
helm upgrade robusta robusta/robusta --values=generated_values.yaml
This method is recommended as it supports multiple Kubernetes clusters and is easy to setup. Outgoing messages are sent directly to Slack. Incoming messages are routed through Robusta servers to the appropriate cluster.
You can change the slack_channel at any time in
generated_values.yaml. No need to re-run
robusta integrations slack.
Not Recommended: Creating your own Slack app¶
You can use Robusta with a custom Slack app as follows:
Enable Socket mode in your Slack App and copy the websocket token into the Robusta deployment yaml.
Under "OAuth and Permissions" add the following scopes: chat:write, files:write, incoming-webhook, and channels:history
Under "Event Subscriptions" add bot user events for message.channels and press "Save Changes"
Click "Install into Workspace"
Copy the signing token from basic information and the bot token from "OAuth and Permissions". Add them to the yaml
You will then need to run your own Slack relay or enable only outgoing messages. Contact us for details.
Sending Robusta Notifications to a Private Channel¶
First add Robusta to your workspace using one of the methods above.
Then add the Robusta app to the private channel. See video below: