Automation using Chat Bots with systems like Slack and GitHub Archive: https://archive.sweetops.com/chatops/
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So what do you people use?
I like Errbot - seems easy enough
looked at https://www.yellowant.com/ yesterday - but they seem to do a lot of marketing around solving problems Errbot has, but once I started looking deeper they really don’t
https://github.com/opsdroid/opsdroid seemed interesting given natural language processing plugin….
An intelligent workplace assistant bot that helps you automate your work
An open source chat-ops bot framework. Contribute to opsdroid/opsdroid development by creating an account on GitHub.
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Today I played with zappier. Now don’t get me wrong, this is a big hack - but it’s awesome for prototyping workflows like this
I used the Slack integration to listen for messages to a
#test channel that contain
deploy version. then i filter for messages by a authorized user
@erik. then I format the message and extract version
1.2.3 and stage
production. then I call a webhook and pass that information. then I send a slack message with those fields as a response to the slack channel.
my biggest gripe is the round-trip time is ~20 seconds, so it doesn’t feel snappy
@michal.matyjek looks like yellowant is similar to zappier but with more of chatops slant, right?
sounds like it
they also seem to be spamming https://www.reddit.com/r/chatops/ quite a lot - so I ruled out reddit as source of reliable information
We are also potentially looking at VictorOps, but not sure if they are as customizable as Zapier/other bots would be
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@Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) set the channel description: Automation using Chat Bots with systems like Slack and GitHub
A Slack bot for GitHub organization management – and other things too - Netflix/hubcommander
What we do is pretty complicated. A big driver for us next year will be simplification
I think a combination of gitops tied with chatops will lower the bar for other members of an organization to contribute
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would like to learn what “main stream” bots you’ve used or come across
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