Slack Integration

To get started with integrating your alerts into Slack, you will need to setup a slack application and configuring it for integration with webhooks. You will want to follow the following guide from the slack team on setting this up:

  1. Once you have completed steps 1-3 in the Slack Webhook Guide, you will be able to retrieve your slack webhook destination (write this down for later) which will be in the following format:
  1. Once you have your webhook address from Slack, you will want to head back to CUBE3 Panorama and click on alerts and head to the bottom of the page where it says Alert Integration:

  1. To integrate your new webhook integration with slack, you will want to click on the Add Webhook button on the right hand side and select Slack for the integration:

  1. You will then be prompted to enter your Webhook URL address and once entered you should click Add Integration. Please note for the Webhook URL, you previously wrote this down from when you configured slack for in the first section of this document.

  1. Now it is time to test your new webhook configuration for Slack. You will want to click on the test button for your Slack Alert.

  1. Once you hit the test button, you will be alerted with a test transaction message which will ask you to check your channel you configured the message to go to in Slack.

  1. You should now check the Slack channel you configured for your notifications and you should now see a test transaction message in that channel similar to the one below.

  1. Your slack alert is now live. Anytime you have a matching alert for transactions from your subscribed Alerts, you will receive an alert with a link to that transaction in Panorama. You can disable your Slack alert anytime by clicking the disconnect button.

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