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st2 - StackStorm (aka "IFTTT for Ops") is event-driven automation commonly used for auto-remediation, security responses, facilitated troubleshooting, complex deployments, and more


StackStorm is a platform for integration and automation across services and tools, taking actions in response to events. Learn more at www.stackstorm.com.StackStorm is a platform for integration and automation across services and tools. It ties together your existing infrastructure and application environment so you can more easily automate that environment -- with a particular focus on taking actions in response to events.

ansible-st2 - Ansible Roles and Playbooks to deploy StackStorm


Ansible playbooks to deploy StackStorm.StackStorm is event-driven automation platform written in Python. With over 50+ integrations like GitHub, Docker, Nagios, NewRelic, AWS, Ansible it allows you to wire together your existing infrastructure into complex Workflows with auto-remediation and many more. Aka IFTTT orchestration for Ops.

chef-stackstorm - Chef Cookbook to deploy StackStorm, IFTTT for Ops


Cookbook to install and configure StackStorm components using Chef.StackStorm is event-driven automation platform written in Python. With over 100+ integrations like GitHub, Docker, Nagios, NewRelic, AWS, Chef, Slack it allows you to wire together existing infrastructure into complex Workflows with auto-remediation and many more. Aka IFTTT orchestration for Ops.




puppet-st2 - Puppet Module to install and configure StackStorm, IFTTT for Ops


Because 14.04 ships with a very old version of puppet (3.4) and most puppet modules no longer support this version of puppet, we recommend upgrading to 3.8.7 at a minimum.This module aims to provide sane default configurations, but also stay out of your way in the event you need something more custom. To accomplish this, this module uses the Roles/Profiles pattern. Included in this module are several modules that come with sane defaults that you can use directly or use to compose your own site-specific profile for StackStorm installation.

showcase-ansible-chatops - Vagrant Demo showing ChatOps with Ansible


This is quick demonstration of the StackStorm event-driven automation platform running with Ansible configuration management tool and Hubot ChatOps engine. The objective is to operate servers with Ansible directly from Slack chat.It will get you up and running with chatops control VM with all St2 components prepared as well as Ansible and Hubot configured. Additionally, it installs 2 Ubuntu VMs: web server with nginx and db server with mysql.

st2-docker - Official docker container for StackStorm.


The mongo, rabbitmq, postgres and redis containers store their data on persistent storage. Additionally, the stackstorm container persists the contents of /var/log. If you do not wish to persist this data, then remove the appropriate entries from docker-compose.yml.We use Version 3 of the compose file format, so if you want to run docker-compose, you'll need to ensure you're running Docker Engine release 1.13.0+.

st2-dockerfiles - Dockerfiles to build StackStorm components


Note: For official StackStorm Docker repo, go https://github.com/StackStorm/st2-docker.Here you can find Dockerfiles for st2api, st2actionrunner, st2notifier etc and all the components which StackStorm consists of.


serverless-plugin-stackstorm - Plugin for serverless framework to run ready to use actions from StackStorm Exchange as AWS Lambda


Run ready to use actions from StackStorm Exchange as AWS Lambda with serverless framework. Serverless and Stackstormless. Browse StackStorm Exchange to find the integration pack and an action you'd like to use. In the example below we use github.get_issue from GitHub integration pack.

serverless-swarm - Serverless with Swarm, Docker and StackStorm


This project came out of a serverless solution for computational genome annotations (a very exciting topic on it’s own). The emerging serverless framework begins to look promising for other applications, and may be interesting to the community. At a minimum, this serves as a convenient and reliable playground for Docker Swarm, with local Registry and other cool tools, on your dev box.