Soluble Fusion Alerts Via Slack

Posted by Matt McClellan on July 30, 2020
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Get the Info You Want, Where You Want It 

So, you’ve enrolled your clusters in Soluble Fusion by deploying the Soluble Agent. Now you probably have some issues that should be fixed (it’s OK, it happens to everybody). Go ahead, log in and check it out.

What’s that? You and your team live in Slack and your dev tools. You've honed your workflow to a sharp edge. You don’t want to log in to another application just to see if there’s anything that needs attention? 

Fair enough; can’t say I blame you. At Soluble, we want to meet our users where they are, which is why you can route alerts from Soluble Fusion – and only the alerts you care about – to the Slack channel of your choice.

And it’s as easy as kubectl annotate. Are you responsible for a particular namespace? Just add the annotation to that namespace, specifying the name of the Slack channel you want to receive alerts related to Kubernetes objects in that namespace, and *poof* – you and your team are notified when there’s something you should look into, and you don’t have to leave the comfort of Slack to do it.

Check out the video demo above, and let me now what you think via email or tweet me: @matt_mcc on twitter.

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Topics: Kubernetes, Cloud Native, DevSecOps, slack, alerts

Matt McClellan

Written by Matt McClellan

With more than two decades in the cybersecurity industry, first as a developer and technology leader, and then in product management, Matt is Head of Product for Soluble. In addition to product management roles at Arbor Networks, the security division of NETSCOUT, and a stint as the director of technology for a government consulting firm, he spent several years as Tenable’s Product Manager for Nessus solutions – the de-facto industry standard vulnerability assessment solution for security practitioners that was the company’s biggest revenue driver. Matt has also held team and technology lead positions at Check Point Software Technologies, and was the product development director at NFR Security. Matt brings a depth of technical knowledge, customer understanding, and a wry sense of humor that shapes his view of the product landscape.