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aws code deploy - Get notified of successful/failed builds on Amazon's CodeDeploy

问题描述:

I'd like to build a tool that would notify a user each time there was a successful or failed build on CodeDeploy through any communication medium (email, slack, etc). I've went through their documentation.. and nothing except for long-polling comes to mind. Any idea if there's some webhook option where i can register a URL and be notified?

网友答案:

Update on 2016-04-27

AWS officially announced this in February 2016:

You can now create triggers that send Amazon SNS notifications before, during, and after the deployment process for your applications. Triggers can be set for the deployment as a whole or for the individual instances targeted by the deployment, and are sent on both successes and failures.

Original answer

Not yet.

In this AWS forum thread, it was requested that CodeDeploy emit events so you can use Lambda to process them instead of polling for details.

The answer by AWS staff (emphasis mine):

We here on CodeDeploy agree. Unfortunately, I can't give you an exact release date but keep an eye on our announcements, it's coming soon.

网友答案:

Here is a gist of an AWS Lamda function that posts a formatted CodeDeploy notification to Slack

https://gist.github.com/MrRoyce/097edc0de2fe001288be2e8633f4b22a

var services = '/services/...';  // Update this with your Slack service...
var channel = "#aws-deployments"  // And this with the Slack channel

var https = require('https');
var util = require('util');

var formatFields = function(string) {
  var
    message = JSON.parse(string),
    fields  = [],
    deploymentOverview;

  // Make sure we have a valid response
  if (message) {
    fields = [
      {
        "title" : "Task",
        "value" : message.eventTriggerName,
        "short" : true
      },
      {
        "title" : "Status",
        "value" : message.status,
        "short" : true
      },
      {
        "title" : "Application",
        "value" : message.applicationName,
        "short" : true
      },
      {
        "title" : "Deployment Group",
        "value" : message.deploymentGroupName,
        "short" : true
      },
      {
        "title" : "Region",
        "value" : message.region,
        "short" : true
      },
      {
        "title" : "Deployment Id",
        "value" : message.deploymentId,
        "short" : true
      },
      {
        "title" : "Create Time",
        "value" : message.createTime,
        "short" : true
      },
      {
        "title" : "Complete Time",
        "value" : ((message.completeTime) ? message.completeTime : ''),
        "short" : true
      }
    ];

    if (message.deploymentOverview) {
     deploymentOverview = JSON.parse(message.deploymentOverview);
     
      fields.push(
        {
          "title" : "Succeeded",
          "value" : deploymentOverview.Succeeded,
          "short" : true
        },
        {
          "title" : "Failed",
          "value" : deploymentOverview.Failed,
          "short" : true
        },
        {
          "title" : "Skipped",
          "value" : deploymentOverview.Skipped,
          "short" : true
        },
        {
          "title" : "In Progress",
          "value" : deploymentOverview.InProgress,
          "short" : true
        },
        {
          "title" : "Pending",
          "value" : deploymentOverview.Pending,
          "short" : true
        }
      );
    }
  }

  return fields;

}

exports.handler = function(event, context) {

    var postData = {
        "channel": channel,
        "username": "AWS SNS via Lamda :: CodeDeploy Status",
        "text": "*" + event.Records[0].Sns.Subject + "*",
        "icon_emoji": ":aws:"
    };

    var fields = formatFields(event.Records[0].Sns.Message);
    var message = event.Records[0].Sns.Message;
    var severity = "good";

    var dangerMessages = [
        " but with errors",
        " to RED",
        "During an aborted deployment",
        "FAILED",
        "Failed to deploy application",
        "Failed to deploy configuration",
        "has a dependent object",
        "is not authorized to perform",
        "Pending to Degraded",
        "Stack deletion failed",
        "Unsuccessful command execution",
        "You do not have permission",
        "Your quota allows for 0 more running instance"];

    var warningMessages = [
        " aborted operation.",
        " to YELLOW",
        "Adding instance ",
        "Degraded to Info",
        "Deleting SNS topic",
        "is currently running under desired capacity",
        "Ok to Info",
        "Ok to Warning",
        "Pending Initialization",
        "Removed instance ",
        "Rollback of environment"
        ];

    for(var dangerMessagesItem in dangerMessages) {
        if (message.indexOf(dangerMessages[dangerMessagesItem]) != -1) {
            severity = "danger";
            break;
        }
    }

    // Only check for warning messages if necessary
    if (severity == "good") {
        for(var warningMessagesItem in warningMessages) {
            if (message.indexOf(warningMessages[warningMessagesItem]) != -1) {
                severity = "warning";
                break;
            }
        }
    }

    postData.attachments = [
        {
            "color": severity,
            "fields": fields
        }
    ];

    var options = {
        method: 'POST',
        hostname: 'hooks.slack.com',
        port: 443,
        path: services  // Defined above
    };

    var req = https.request(options, function(res) {
      res.setEncoding('utf8');
      res.on('data', function (chunk) {
        context.done(null);
      });
    });

    req.on('error', function(e) {
      console.log('problem with request: ' + e.message);
    });

    req.write(util.format("%j", postData));
    req.end();
};
网友答案:

Although there is no native solution, there is a workaround that you can employ to accomplish this. You can use lambda to trigger these events. On the AWS blog, they show on how to trigger codedeploy via lambda when you upload a file to S3 (https://blogs.aws.amazon.com/application-management/post/Tx3TPMTH0EVGA64/Automatically-Deploy-from-Amazon-S3-using-AWS-CodeDeploy). Using this same concept, you can have your lambda function listen to a error/success bucket, and modify your codedeploy package to upload a file to s3 which in turn you can use as an event trigger to send an email via SES (https://peekandpoke.wordpress.com/2015/02/26/dancing-the-lambada-with-aws-lambda-or-sending-emails-on-s3-events/) or contact a web service/page that does what you want. It might be a little hokey but it gets the job done.

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