lemur_slack package

lemur_slack Module

plugin Module

class lemur.plugins.lemur_slack.plugin.SlackNotificationPlugin

Bases: lemur.plugins.bases.notification.ExpirationNotificationPlugin

additional_options = [{'name': 'webhook', 'type': 'str', 'required': True, 'validation': '^https:\\/\\/hooks\\.slack\\.com\\/services\\/.+$', 'helpMessage': 'The url Slack told you to use for this integration'}, {'name': 'username', 'type': 'str', 'validation': '^.+$', 'helpMessage': 'The great storyteller', 'default': 'Lemur'}, {'name': 'recipients', 'type': 'str', 'required': True, 'validation': '^(@|#).+$', 'helpMessage': 'Where to send to, either @username or #channel'}]
author = 'Harm Weites'
author_url = 'https://github.com/netflix/lemur'
description = 'Sends notifications to Slack'
send(notification_type, message, targets, options, **kwargs)

A typical check can be performed using the notify command: lemur notify

While we receive a targets parameter here, it is unused, as Slack webhooks do not allow dynamic re-targeting of messages. The webhook itself specifies a channel.

slug = 'slack-notification'
title = 'Slack'
version = 'unknown'