Latest version: 4.3.x
Setup Webhooks to receive audits.
1. Visit Admin → Connections and click New connection
2. Select Webhook
3. Provide a name and configuration
You can also optionally add tags (i.e. dev). Then add the Webhook configuration information.
Next add one or multiple target Webhook channels.
1. Visit Admin → (Audits) Channels and click Webhook
2. Setup the configuration options
For example the above will create the
DevOps Audit Webhook, that is using the Webhook connection to
information to the Webhook endpoint.
You can optionally add a specific request path for the
POST, custom HTTP headers and body payload. Moreover, you can
optionally disable SSL certificate verification.
HTTP Headers and
Body payload fields there is a possibility of using template variables, which will be translated
to audit specific fields. In order to use template variables you have to use this format:
Supported template variables:
- TYPE - high level source of the audit (i.e.
USERin case of action related to user management - like user creation).
- ACTION - name of the action audit refers to (i.e.
UPDATEin case of editing group).
- RESOURCE_ID - low level source id of the audit (i.e. alert id group in case of creating new alert rule). Can be empty for some audits.
- RESOURCE_NAME - low level source name of the audit (i.e. connection name in case of creating new connection). Can be empty for some audits.
- CREDS -
CREDSetc. - variables specified in connection’s
Credentialsas a list of values separated by comma.
If for example you create a rule to send audits to Webhook,
then the moment a new audit entry is added, an
HTTP POST will be made to the Webhook endpoint.
Users with the manage audit log permission can create audit channels.