Follow the steps below to configure a service so as to push related alert data from Sensu Go onto Squadcast.
Squadcast will then process this information to create incidents for this service as per your preferences.
On the Sidebar, click on Services.
You can either choose to use existing service or create a new service
Now, click on the corresponding Alert Sources button.
Select Sensu Go from Alert Source drop down and copy the Webhook URL shown.
If you're using sensuctl 5.13 with Sensu Backend 5.13 or later, you can use the following command to add the asset:
sensuctl asset add sensu/sensu-squadcast-handler
Download the latest version of the sensu-squadcast-handler from releases, or create an executable script by cloning the sensu-squadcast-handler repository
From the local path of the sensu-squadcast-handler repository run the following command:
go build -o /usr/local/bin/sensu-squadcast-handler
squadcast-handler.yaml file like the following :-
type: Handler api_version: core/v2 metadata: name: squadcast namespace: default spec: command: sensu-squadcast-handler env_vars: - SENSU_SQUADCAST_APIURL= <Squadcast Alert Source Url> runtime_assets: - SquadcastHub/sensu-squadcast-handler filters: - is_incident timeout: 10 type: pipe
Make sure to replace
<Squadcast Alert Source Url> with the webhook url you copied from Squadcast.
Then run the following command :-
sensuctl create -f squadcast-handler.yaml
While creating checks for your client systems make sure to add
squadcast as a handler. An example check using the squadcast handler is shown below :-
api_version: core/v2 type: CheckConfig metadata: namespace: default name: health-check spec: command: check-http -u http://localhost:8080/health subscriptions: - test publish: true interval: 10 handlers: - squadcast
Now whenever an event is triggered in Sensu Go , an incident will be created automatically in Squadcast. Also when an event is resolved in Sensu Go the corresponding incident gets auto-resolved in Squadcast.
Updated about a month ago