Monitoring of Kubernetes and other tools can be set up quickly and easily. Send events to collaboration platforms and other event sinks. Receive contextual information including event-specific commands and recommendations, not just arcane event messages.
Act on events directly in the collaboration platform (including mobile apps) by sending commands to the configured Kubernetes clusters. Kubectl, helm, and other executors are supported. Some platforms support interactive command creation making it even easier for non-experts to work with Kubernetes.
Actions allow you to automatically run commands based on specific events and see the results in the event message. Gather logs and other details on errors, get descriptions of newly created resources, and even auto-rollback failed deployments and upgrades with simple configuration steps.
Monitoring and troubleshooting is done in an environment where you chat and collaborate throughout the day. You can work together with your team, see what actions have already been taken, and perform troubleshooting tasks from any location and device that supports the collaboration app.
Extend Botkube with plugins to add new sources and executors for any tools. Enable any tool for ChatOps and automation with easy-to-use APIs and Botkube as the engine.
We've implemented a plugin system that allows anyone to build a plugin for Botkube to add sources and executors! With the addition of plugins in v0.17.0 combined with actions, which were added in v0.16.0, Botkube gains the ability to tie almost any tools together in the Kubernetes/CNCF ecosystem. Pawel, Mateusz, and Blair show off how to get started with plugins, including the new Helm integration.
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