Configure a Microsoft Teams Channel
Sysdig Monitor supports sending an alert notification to Microsoft teams. Microsoft Teams has different types of integrations for third-party applications, of which Sysdig supports Incoming Webhooks.
About Incoming Webhooks
Incoming Webhooks are a type of Connector in Teams that provide a simple way for an external app to share content in team channels. They are often used as tracking and notification tools. Microsoft Teams provides a unique URL to which you can send a JSON payload with the message that you want to POST, typically in a card format. Cards are UI containers that contain content and actions related to a single topic and are a way to present message data in a consistent way.
You will need to enter the URL that you copied from the Connector. Sysdig will format a message by using a custom card template and send it to the channel. The message will show up as a new notification in the Microsoft application.
Have the destination URL handy. You can copy it from the Connectors > Incoming Webhook window on the Microsoft Teams UI. For more information, see Add an incoming webhook to a Teams channel.
Webhooks via HTTPS work only if a signed or valid certificate is in use.
Enable Microsoft Teams
Complete steps 1-3 in Set Up a Notification Channel and choose Microsoft Teams.
Enter the configuration options:
URL: The destination URL you have copied from Microsoft Teams UI.
Channel Name: Add a meaningful name for your Microsoft Teams channel.
Enabled: Toggle on or off.
Notification options: Toggle for notifications when alerts are resolved or acknowledged.
Test notification: Toggle to be notified that the configured URL is working.
Shared With: Choose whether to apply this channel globally. All Teams or to a specific team from the drop-down.
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