kube-slack is a monitoring service for Kubernetes. When a pod has failed, it will publish a message in Slack channel. This chart adds a deployment, listening for cluster-wide pod failures and posting them to your slack channel. A cluster-wide RBAC is created by default, but can also be specified.

Slack is a collaboration hub, where the right people and the right information come together, helping everyone get work done.

Create an incoming webhook:

  • In the Slack interface, click on the gears button (Channel Settings) near the search box.
  • Select “Add an app or integration”
  • Search for “Incoming WebHooks”
  • Click on “Add configuration”
  • Select the channel you want the bot to post to and submit.
  • You can customize the icon and name if you want.

Create a channel for every conversation

In Slack, conversations happen in channels — organized by topic, project, team, or whatever makes sense for your company. With channels, the right people don’t get left out and information doesn’t get lost.

Integrate with the services you already use

Slack integrates with the apps and services you and your team already use every day. Information flows into the stream of conversation so everyone can see it — or act on it — inside Slack.

Collaborate with voice calls, video calls, and screen sharing

Voice calls and video calls built into Slack make it easier to work as effectively online as you do in person, and if you need to show your work, you can share your screen within a video call, too.

Find what you need quickly

Everything in public channels — including messages, files, and integrations — become searchable in Slack. Find what you need to get up to speed, catch up on past decisions, and tap into your company’s collective knowledge.

You can use Slack’s free plan as long as you like, with as many people as you like.

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