AWS Monitoring from Slack. Configure monitoring, receive alerts, solve incidents.marbot sets up CloudWatch Alarms and EventBridge Rules for all parts of your AWS infrastructure.Your team receives alerts as direct messages or channel messages via Slack. The alert includes relevant details to understand and solve the problem. Use different Slack channels to separate prod from dev alerts. Only get alerted when necessary. To avoid a flood of alarms, marbot groups similar events.Strong integrations with AWS and 3rd party services: AMI, Auto Scaling, Budget, CloudFormation, CloudWatch Alarms, CloudWatch Events, CodePipeline, DynamoDB, EC2, Elastic Beanstalk, ElastiCache, ELB, EMR, KMS, Lambda, RDS, S3, SES, SNS, Trusted Advisor, X-Ray, Bitbucket, Email, HTTP(S), Jenkins, New Relic, RSS Feed, Sumo Logic, Uptime Robot, ...marbot escalates an alert to a single team member. Each alert can either be acknowledged, passed on, or closed. Unnoticed alerts are escalated to another team member or the whole crew if needed.marbot adds Quick Links pointing to the AWS Management Console automatically. marbot attaches runbooks to provide structured procedures to respond to incidents as well.Each week, marbot rewards team members for closing alerts. The detailed statistics help you to optimize your alert configuration as well.
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Alerts and logs are removed after 14 days automatically. Endpoints are stored as long as the bot belongs to a channel or group. Workspace settings are stored as long as the bot is installed. No other data is collected.
Data archiving and removal policy
We maintain continuous backups for the last 35 days. If you uninstall the bot, data that belongs to your workspace is deleted within 14 days.
Data storage policy
We store all data using the latest encryption standards.
While this app may offer HIPAA compliance, Slack does not have a business associate agreement with any third-party application providers, including those in the Slack App Directory, so you are responsible for validating the provider's compliance and executing an appropriate agreement before enabling.
Supports Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)