SymfonyCloud can trigger notifications when various events happen on a project, in any environment.
At this time, only low disk space warning notification are available, but others may be added in the future.
If any integration is configured, SymfonyCloud will monitor disk space usage on all applications and services in your cluster.
- If and when available disk space drops below 20%, a warning notification is generated.
- If and when available disk space drops below 10%, a critical notification is generated.
- If and when available disk space goes back above 20% after previously having been lower, an all-clear notification is generated.
Notifications are generated every 5 minutes, so there may be a brief delay between when the threshold is crossed and when the notification is actually triggered.
Health notifications can be set up via the CLI through a number of different channels each one detailed bellow.
A notification can trigger an email to be sent, from an address of your choosing to one or more addresses of your choosing.
To do so, register a
health.email integration as follows:
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from-address is whatever address you want the email to appear to be
from. You must specify one or more
recipients, each as its own flag. It is
completely fine to use the same address for both
You can use
#admins as a value for
recipients, this will notify every
project administrator, removing the requirement for you to update the list
when users changes. By default, every new project come with a
health.email integration setup with this value.
When using a custom
from-address, depending on the configuration of the
recipient mail server (including SPF and DKIM DNS entries), the email can be
marked as spam or lost.
A notification can trigger a message to be sent as a Slack bot. First, create a new custom bot user for your Slack group and configure the channels you wish it to live in. Note the API Token provided by Slack.
Then register the Slack bot with SymfonyCloud using a
$ symfony integration:add --type=health.slack --channel='#channelname'
That will trigger the corresponding bot to post a notification to the
#channelname channel in your Slack group.
A notification can trigger a message to be sent via PagerDuty. First, create a new PagerDuty integration that uses the Events API v2. Copy the “Integration Key” as known as the “routing key” for the integration.
Now register a
$ symfony integration:add --type=health.pagerduty --routing-key=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY
Any notification will now trigger an alert in PagerDuty.
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