Do more with Relay core. Relay helps you connect Relay core with other tools to automate your DevOps workflows.
Connect Dynatrace and Relay to respond to problem events
This workflow configures a webhook trigger to receive problem notifications from Dynatrace, conditionally posts a comment back to the Dynatrace problem, and logs the problem details in Relay.
When a PagerDuty incident is triggered, initiate the incident remediation policy
This workflow responds to a PagerDuty incident by creating a Jira ticket and Slack channel for the incident, and pinging the current on-call person with the details.
Emit Puppet run data
This workflow demonstrates what data is emitted by a Puppet run to Relay.
Selectively enforce Puppet run
This workflow selectively enforces a Puppet run when changes are detected
When sudoers file changes on my Puppet run, shut down the EC2 instance.
This workflow listens for a sudoers file change on a Puppet run and shuts down the EC2 instance in response
Update workflow on merge
This workflow can be run from a GitHub commit trigger configured on a workflow repo to update workflows in the service whenever a PR is merged.
Steps are contained actions that execute things you want done.
Core Relay images
These images provide a good starting point for building relay integrations. Use a snippet like the following in your Dockerfile in order to use them:
# for shell-based integrations FROM relaysh/core:latest # # *OR* # # for python SDK-based integrations FROM relaysh/core:latest-python