The Groupme Alert Action allows Splunk to send alerts to Groupme groups and chats through the use of a Groupme Bot.
To install the Groupme Alert Action, follow the instructions in the Splunk Add-ons
1.) In the Search & Reporting app, run a search for your string.
2.) Confirm that the search results look as you expect.
3.) Click the Save As dropdown link above the right side of the search box, then select Alert from the menu that appears.
4.) Enter a title for your alert, along with a description if desired, and configure the standard alert fields related to permissions, scheduling, and trigger conditions according to your needs.
5.) Under Trigger Actions, click + Add Actions, then select Groupme Alert.
6.) Enter the Message and select the Severity that you want Groupme to send when the alert is triggered.
7.) Enter the Bot ID that you will be sending the Alert, Message, and Result link to, then click Save.
1.) In the Search & Reporting app, navigate to the Alerts tab and locate the existing alert.
2.) Click Edit, then select Edit Actions.
3.) Click + Add Actions, then select Groupme Alert.
4.) Enter the Message and select the Severity that you want Groupme to send when the alert is triggered.
5.) Enter tthe Bot ID that you will be sending the Alert, Message, and Result link to, then click Save.
For more information on the Groupme Bot API visit the Groupme Bot Tutorial website.
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