No matter what tools your team uses, more effective collaboration results from sharing information and context, being able to react quickly, and automating repetitive processes. Development teams move faster when they can consolidate information in one central hub and can reduce context switching by switching less between different tools.
That’s why we’re excited to announce that Mattermost’s DevOps Integration Set is now available to help you connect your favorite tools to Mattermost.
The integrations in the DevOps Integration Set include:
- Atlassian: Jira, Bitbucket, Statuspage, Confluence, Opsgenie, and Trello
- CI/CD: GitHub, GitLab, Jenkins, and Bitbucket
- Incident response and monitoring: AWS CloudWatch SNS, Nagios, PagerDuty, Splunk, and Prometheus AlertManager
The New Mattermost Jira Plugin
The new Jira plugin allows you to send notifications from Jira to Mattermost, create new issues, append messages from Mattermost to an existing issue, and transition issues using slash commands.
For example, say a team member pings a channel about a potential issue. The team decides to add it to their sprint, so a team member creates an issue directly from Mattermost using either a slash command or by clicking “Create Jira Issue” from the Mattermost UI.
Learn how to configure the plugin here.
The New Mattermost Jenkins Plugin
Another brand new plugin is the Jenkins plugin, which allows you to interact with jobs and builds with slash commands. You can connect or disconnect with the Jenkins server, create, enable or trigger a Jenkins job, get artifacts or test results, and more.
Big thanks to community member Wasim Thabraze for working on this plugin!
To get details about the plugin and installation instructions head to GitHub.
Mattermost and Nagios Integration
Many Mattermost users use Nagios for monitoring, and find it useful to be able to receive Nagios notifications on Mattermost. The Nagios integration was built by Mattermost partner NDrive, and uses webhooks to send notifications to your Mattermost server.
To install and use the plugin, see GitHub.
These DevOps integrations maximize efficiency by bringing data into Mattermost, making information easier to find and act on. If you’re using any of the DevOps tools above, you should definitely try the Mattermost integrations out to see how they can help your team build more productive workflows. For details about how to enable the DevOps integrations, head to the docs.
To see more of Mattermost’s hundreds of integrations, visit our Integration Directory.