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An event filter library providing contact routing capabilities for Sensu Go

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sensu-go-has-contact-filter

This project implements a Sensu Go event filter library, providing a pair of functions which are used in conjunction with handlers and filters to provide contact routing capabilities in your Sensu monitoring pipeline.

Functions

has_contact

The has_contact function requires two arguments: the event object and a contact name string. Given these inputs, the function evaluates whether or not the specified contact name appears in comma separated values for the contacts label, under either the entity or check scope.

no_contacts

The no_contacts function accepts the event object as its sole argument. This function returns true if the event does not contain a contacts label under either the event's entity or check scopes.

Installation

  1. Download the asset definition for the latest release from Bonsai.
  2. Install the asset definition using sensuctl (e.g. sensuctl create -f sensu-sensu-go-has-contact-filter-0.1.2-any-noarch.yml)

Configuration

With the sensu-go-has-contact-filter asset installed, you're ready to configure the rest of your Sensu pipeline.

Configure filter definitions

Define one or more filters with sensu-go-has-contact-filter as a runtime asset and using the has_contact function in a filter expression. The following example shows a filter which will allow events when the entity or check labels contain dev:

---
type: EventFilter
api_version: core/v2
metadata:
  name: contact_dev
  namespace: default
spec:
  action: allow
  runtime_assets:
    - sensu-go-has-contact-filter
  expressions:
    - has_contact(event, "dev")

Likewise, this filter stipulates that contacts should include ops

---
type: EventFilter
api_version: core/v2
metadata:
  name: contact_ops
  namespace: default
spec:
  action: allow
  runtime_assets:
    - sensu-go-has-contact-filter
  expressions:
    - has_contact(event, "ops")

To complement filters which test for specific contact names, you may also wish to have a filter which handles events without explicitly defined contacts:

---
type: EventFilter
api_version: core/v2
metadata:
  name: no_contacts
  namespace: default
spec:
  action: allow
  runtime_assets:
    - sensu-go-has-contact-filter
  expressions:
    - no_contacts(event)

Configure handler definitions

Define one or more handlers which make use of the filter. In this example, a handler named email_dev is defined, using two built in filters in conjunction with the contact_dev filter shown above:

---
type: Handler
api_version: core/v2
metadata:
  name: email_dev
  namespace: default
spec:
  command: sensu-email-handler -f sensu@example.com -t dev@example.com -s smtp.example.com
    -u sensu@example.com -p smtp_password
  env_vars: null
  filters:
  - is_incident
  - not_silenced
  - contact_dev
  handlers: null
  runtime_assets:
  - sensu-email-handler
  timeout: 10
  type: pipe
---
type: Handler
api_version: core/v2
metadata:
  name: email_ops
  namespace: default
spec:
  command: sensu-email-handler -f sensu@example.com -t ops@example.com -s smtp.example.com
    -u sensu@example.com -p smtp_password
  env_vars: null
  filters:
  - is_incident
  - not_silenced
  - contact_ops
  handlers: null
  runtime_assets:
  - sensu-email-handler
  timeout: 10
  type: pipe
---
type: Handler
api_version: core/v2
metadata:
  name: email_default
  namespace: default
spec:
  command: sensu-email-handler -f sensu@example.com -t staff@example.com -s smtp.example.com
    -u sensu@example.com -p smtp_password
  env_vars: null
  filters:
  - is_incident
  - not_silenced
  - no_contacts
  handlers: null
  runtime_assets:
  - sensu-email-handler
  timeout: 10
  type: pipe

For greatest effect, you can combine multiple handler definitions in a handler set:

---
type: Handler
api_version: core/v2
metadata:
  name: email
  namespace: default
spec:
  type: set
  handlers:
  - email_dev
  - email_ops
  - email_default

With a handler set like this one in place, check results configured with the email handler will spawn a handler pipeline for each handler in the set, each pipeline using the has_contact function to evaluate whether or not the event matches a named contact. Based on the above examples, a check result with "dev" and/or "ops" will be routed to those contacts respective email addresses, whereas any check result without contacts defined will be handled by the email_default handler.

See the included contact routing pattern diagram for a visual description of intended use cases.

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