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stackdriver - Send code deploy and annotation events to stackdriver

New in version 1.6.

Synopsis

  • Send code deploy and annotation events to Stackdriver

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
annotated_by Default:
Ansible
The person or robot who the annotation should be attributed to.
deployed_by Default:
Ansible
The person or robot responsible for deploying the code
deployed_to Default:
None
The environment code was deployed to. (ie: development, staging, production)
event
    Choices:
  • annotation
  • deploy
Default:
None
The type of event to send, either annotation or deploy
event_epoch Default:
None
Unix timestamp of where the event should appear in the timeline, defaults to now. Be careful with this.
instance_id Default:
None
id of an EC2 instance that this event should be attached to, which will limit the contexts where this event is shown
key
required
Default:
None
API key.
level
    Choices:
  • INFO ←
  • WARN
  • ERROR
one of INFO/WARN/ERROR, defaults to INFO if not supplied.  May affect display.
msg Default:
None
The contents of the annotation message, in plain text.  Limited to 256 characters. Required for annotation.
repository Default:
None
The repository (or project) deployed
revision_id Default:
None
The revision of the code that was deployed. Required for deploy events

Examples

- stackdriver:
    key: AAAAAA
    event: deploy
    deployed_to: production
    deployed_by: leeroyjenkins
    repository: MyWebApp
    revision_id: abcd123

- stackdriver:
    key: AAAAAA
    event: annotation
    msg: Greetings from Ansible
    annotated_by: leeroyjenkins
    level: WARN
    instance_id: i-abcd1234

Status

This module is flagged as preview which means that it is not guaranteed to have a backwards compatible interface.

Author

  • Ben Whaley (@bwhaley)

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