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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Slack

In this example, we are going to be posting a message each time a service is created or deleted in the default namespace of our current Kubernetes installation. The messages will be posted to a group messaging service called Slack using a Webhook.

Slack is an online collaboration tool that allows teams to use an environment to interact with chatbots and each other. It offers free and paid tiers as well as an exhaustive API for your applications to hook into your chat rooms.

I am going to assume that you already have access to a Slack workspace and have permissions to add applications to it. If you don't, then you can configure a new workspace at https://slack.com/.

Once you have access to your workspace, click on the name of the workspace ...

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