Friday, 29 November 2019

Now AWS Chatbot helps executing commands from Slack (beta)

AWS Chatbot is an interactive AWS service agent which makes it simple to observe and communicate with your AWS resources in your Slack channels and Amazon Chime chat rooms. You can get alerts and execute commands to return diagnostic data, call AWS Lambda functions, and produce AWS support cases so that your team can cooperate and answer to events immediately using AWS Chatbot. AWS Chatbot handles AWS service notifications from Amazon SNS, and sends them to Amazon Chime and Slack chat rooms so teams can examine and take action on them straight away, no matter of location. Now AWS Chatbot assists executing AWS commands and tasks from Slack. AWS Chatbot guides commands with the help of common AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) syntax that you can use from Slack on desktop or mobile devices. Additionally by executing commands, you can fetch Amazon CloudWatch logs by only selecting the “Show logs” button on CloudWatch Alarms notifications in Slack. AWS Chatbot helps tasks for showing logs for AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway. To begin with commands, configure AWS Chatbot with Slack in the AWS Chatbot console with the predefined IAM policy templates and type “@aws help“ in the Slack channel. If you already utilize AWS Chatbot for sending notifications to Slack, you will require to design a new IAM role or update the current one with more permissions to activate executing commands. You can check blog post that gives you a step-by-step guide to assists you begin with executing commands in AWS Chatbot. To get the further information on AWS Chatbot, refer documentation

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