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Keep your Kubernetes microservices up and running

Connect your existing Prometheus, gain 360° observability

(Prometheus recommended, but not required)

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💻 About the project

Robusta is both an automations engine for Kubernetes, and a multi-cluster observability platform.

Robusta is commonly used alongside Prometheus, but other tools are supported too.

By listening to all the events in your cluster, Robusta can tell you why alerts fired, what happened at the same time, and what you can do about it.

Robusta can either improve your existing alerts, or be used to define new alerts triggered by APIServer changes.

🛠️ How it works

Robusta's behaviour is defined by rules like this:

triggers:
  - on_prometheus_alert:
      alert_name: KubePodCrashLooping
actions:
  - logs_enricher: {}
sinks:
  - slack

In the above example, whenever the KubePodCrashLooping alert fires, Robusta will fetch logs from the right pod and attach them to the alert. The result looks like this:

Robusta also supports alert-remediations:

Over 50 types of automations and enrichments are built-in »

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📒 Installing Robusta

  1. Install our python cli:
python3 -m pip install -U robusta-cli --no-cache
  1. Generate a values file for Helm:
robusta gen-config
  1. Install Robusta with Helm:
helm repo add robusta https://robusta-charts.storage.googleapis.com && helm repo update
helm install robusta robusta/robusta -f ./generated_values.yaml

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📝 Documentation

Interested? Learn more about Robusta

Full documentation »

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✉️ Contact

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📑 License

Robusta is distributed under the MIT License. See LICENSE.md for more information.

🕐 Stay up to date

We add new features regularly. Stay up to date by watching us on GitHub.