You can now get system alerts related to your Hypernodes in Slack!
This enables you to stay up-to-date about your servers without having to check your email.

What kind of alerts can I get on Slack?

Right now, you can configure essential system alerts. A few examples:

  • Crawler Bots from companies like Amazon, Google, Bing detected on your server which can heavily affect your server performance.
  • Your disk is running out of memory which can result in a downtime.
  • Detection of too many MySQL connections on your server.
  • Your Redis cache ran out of memory.
  • and many more

How do I configure slack alerts?

For your convenience we recommend starting by generating Slack Webhook. Please follow Slack tutorial on how to do that. You will end up with a generated Slack Webhook in the following format:

Below you can find useful copy-paste elements to create your Slack Hypernode app effortlessly.
Slack App configuration example:
Slack App icon:

Backround colour: #063b67
Slack App name: Hypernode Alerts
Workspace: MyWorkspace
channel: #hypernode-alerts

Once you have your Slack Webhook ready, you can configure alerts.

  1. Log in to the Control Panel
  2. Navigate to your profile menu in the top right corner and click Alerts manager
  3. Choose the category of alerts you want to configure.
  4. Choose which Hypernodes you want to receive alerts about.
    1. All Hypernodes – All Hypernodes you’re linked to, which means you can be the owner, admin or developer to see the Hypernode here. Any new Hypernode you’re linked to will be automatically added to this list.
    2. Include – You will receive alerts only about Hypernodes included in your filter.
    3. Exclude – You will receive alerts about all Hypernodes except the ones that you exclude. For example you have 50 Hypernodes and you exclude yourhypernode, you will get alert about the rest 49.
  5. Copy paste Slack Webhook and save your alert.

Now sit back and let us keep you informed!