ansible-alertmanager - Deploy Prometheus Alertmanager service

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Deploy and manage Prometheus alertmanager service using ansible. All variables which can be overridden are stored in defaults/main.yml file as well as in table below.

https://github.com/cloudalchemy/ansible-alertmanager

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