Run:ai Event Router¶
The Event Router currently is configured out of the box only for parsing Run:ai scheduler events to Slack.
Configure Slack notifications¶
To configure Slack notifications:
Create a new slack app here. The slack app is used to trigger notifications to a channel and to generate auth token to the event-router.
After pressing on the create new app button, you should have the option to create the app from an
Copy the following slack manifest definition in order to create
display_information: name: runai-event-router description: This app is used by runai-event-router for sending notifications through slack background_color: "#141f40" features: bot_user: display_name: runai-event-router-app always_online: false oauth_config: scopes: bot: - chat:write - incoming-webhook - chat:write.public settings: org_deploy_enabled: false socket_mode_enabled: false token_rotation_enabled: false
After creating your app go to the "OAuth & Permissions" section in your app and grab the
Bot User OAuth Token, in the following step paste the token in the values.yaml.
In order to create the slack app without a manifest you can follow slack docs: guide to creating Slack apps with bot tokens.
Clone the Run.Ai Event Router repository and edit the
runaiProjects—projects listed here will send notifications. Use the regex pattern
.*to find all the projects with the same starting name.
clusterName—name of the cluster to show in the Slack notifications.
enabled—Enable slack integration
apiToken—Slack bot token, configured with 'chat:write' permissions. (see previous section)
channel—A destination channel 'runai-notifications' a direct message '@bob.marly' or dynamic by setting 'pod-project'.
If the value of
channelis set to pod-project, the event router will try to send the notification by tagging '@project' where project is taken from the 'project' label attached to your pod by runai.
After configuring the
values.yamlfile, run the following commands to deploy the chart: