A unified notification service for Kubernetes. Get notified on alerts, failed jobs, application updates, or anything else you choose.
When you send Prometheus alerts directly to Slack, those alerts often lack context. For example, when an alert fires for a crashing pod, you'll want to see logs from that pod.
By routing alerts through Robusta, you can connect alerts to related logs and graphs.
Kubernetes is constantly changing, but some of those changes matter a lot.
Robusta makes it easier to get notified about failed jobs, CrashLoopBackOffs, or unexpected changes to important Kubernetes objects.
If kubectl can show it, Robusta can notify about it in Slack. Or in other integrations like MS Teams.
We're proud maintainers of the KubeWatch project and use it under the hood. Our open source observability engine takes those raw events and adds on additional features like rate limiting and routing.
Most companies route notifications in one of three ways: by priority, team, or environment.
Route notifications with Robusta in any of the above ways, or by even by Kubernetes namespace.
Use Robusta to give each team the notifications they need, where they need them.
Robusta supports sending messages to Slack, MS Teams, Discord, PagerDuty, OpsGenie, WebEx, and more.
Robusta can also receive data from a variety of incoming destinations, include Prometheus and Elasticsearch.
The Robusta automations engine is open source and installed on your own cloud. It can be used standalone and without any proprietary components.
The cloud platform contains everything in the open source plus the web-based observability platform. You can use it via our SaaS plans or a self-hosting plan.
Follow the installation guide in our docs to install the Robusta open source. When asked, opt-in to the the Robusta UI.
Yes! You can send alerts from your existing Prometheus/AlertManager to Robusta by webhook.
Or you can install Robusta's all in one monitoring solution, based on Prometheus. Everything will be configured out of the box.
Yes. See installation instructions in the docs.
Yes.Most orgnizations choose the simpler cloud UI option, but it can be self hosted as well.
For more information, see the docs.