Robusta can report issues and events in your Kubernetes cluster to Rocket.Chat.
Before you begin setting up the Rocket.Chat sink, ensure you have the following information ready:
Personal Access Token
Rocket.Chat Server Setup
First, you need to set up a Rocket.Chat server. If you haven't done this yet, you can find detailed information on deploying on-prem servers at the following URL: Rocket.Chat Installation Guide.
Or if you prefer using RocketChat's cloud SaaS platform, you can follow the instructions at this URL: Rocket.Chat Cloud Setup.
Generating Personal Access Token and User ID
Follow these steps to generate the required Personal Access Token and User ID:
Log in to your Rocket.Chat server using your valid username and password.
Click on your avatar and select My Account from the menu.
Navigate to Profile > Personal Access Tokens.
Check the Ignore Two Factor Authentication option if enabled.
Fill in the Add new Personal Access Token text field and click the Add button.
Copy the provided Personal Access Token and User ID for later use.
Configuring the Rocket.Chat sink¶
Add this to your generated_values.yaml
sinks_config: # Rocket.Chat integration params - rocketchat_sink: name: main_rocketchat_sink user_id: <User ID> channel: <Rocket.Chat channel> token: <Personal Access Token> server_url: <Server URL>
Save the file and run
helm upgrade robusta robusta/robusta --values=generated_values.yaml