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prometheus-adlermanager (Working title)
A self-hostable status webpage that uses Prometheus alerts to create and maintain service status and incident tracking / customer information flow.
Prometheus is awesome! And AlertManager and Grafana are quite wonderful too, but they expose too much information.
This project allows you to choose which alerts/statistics get published in a fashion suitable for user-facing status pages.
I want it!
TODO: Maybe make this available / add deployment instructions.
How does it work?
We aim to solve that by using the same source of information to publish only the desired state/statistics.
1. Pretend to be an AlertManager
This is done by accepting
POST requests from Prometheus on
2. Filter out non-public Alerts
To mark an Alert as public, whitelist it by using the special labels: TODO