Akamai Bot is a hubot based automation bot, and optionally it can be integrated into other platforms (e.g Slack). It allows users to perform some Akamai tasks simply by talking to the bot.
- Setup the Akamai API credentials, one for DIAG (diagnostic tools) and one for CCU (content control utility).
- Setup Slack team and create a token for Hubot.
- Create a file and add the credentials that are created in above steps. In my example, it is named as akamai-bot-credentials. Note: please keep the single quote.
HUBOT_SLACK_TOKEN=xoxb-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx AKAMAI_DIAG_CLIENT_TOKEN='xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' AKAMAI_DIAG_CLIENT_SECRET='xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' AKAMAI_DIAG_ACCESS_TOKEN='xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' AKAMAI_DIAG_URL='xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' AKAMAI_CCU_CLIENT_TOKEN='xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' AKAMAI_CCU_CLIENT_SECRET='xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' AKAMAI_CCU_ACCESS_TOKEN='xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' AKAMAI_CCU_URL='xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
- You can either deploy the codes to your Hubot instance, or simply use docker image that I build.
docker pull jc1518/akamai-bot
- Create your container. (Ctrl+C to stop)
docker run --env-file ./akamai-bot-credentials -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro --name akamai-bot -it jc1518/akamai-bot
- You only need to create the container once. Use start or stop command in the future.
# start container docker start akamai-bot # stop container docker stop akamai-bot # track log docker logs -f akamai-bot