I have been recently working on improving our performance monitoring against Jira and Confluence. And here I want to share a few things that I learned, and hope they are useful to you as well. In high level, we have done: Setup both black box monitoring (CPU, memory, IO, Error log ...) and white box … Continue reading Jira and Confluence Performance Monitoring Part One
If you are struggling to run hubot with Slack behind the corporate proxy. Here are two things that you can try: Set https_proxy environment variables, it has to be lower case. If the corporate proxy intercepts https (it means the proxy decrypts then re-encrypts the https traffics with its own certificate which most likely to … Continue reading Run hubot and hubot-slack behind proxy
In this article, I will demonstrate how to build a Hubot bot on OpenShift. Four key take-away points. Create secret for git clone Use docker strategy to build if you prefer Dockerfile over S2I Inject environment variables from ConfigMap If needed, you can replace the FROM or CMD that defined in Dockerfile during deployment. In … Continue reading Run Hubot on OpenShift
Are you using Slack? If yes, are you using Bot on Slack? If yes, do your Bots talk to each other? I guess most of them probably don't. The following picture should be familiar to you, people talk to each other on Slack. Have you ever seen Bots talk to each other like we do? This … Continue reading Bots Club
'Oh My Bill' is a plugin that uses CloudHealth API to get your AWS cost report. Here are two files you need if you are interested to use: lib/omb.js and scripts/omb.js
Previously I wrote a post talking about performing some Akamai operations in Hubot. Here is how it looks in Slack. The plugin includes two files: lib/akamai.js and scripts/akamai.js
I am becoming a big fan of using Bot now. Especially with the combination of Slack + Hubot. Here is a simple plugin I wrote for finding out who is on call.