Notification are a great way to keep track of what's happening with your Border0 organization. Using notifications you'll be able to subscribe to all client login events, as well as API audit events.
This guide will explain how to set up Border0 to send notifications. Border0 supports two notification types.
- Webhooks (for example, to notify Slack).
With the email notification type, Border0 will send an email for each of the configured event types. A single notification can be configured with up to ten email recipients. This type is helpful for notifying humans.
The webhook notification type can be used to let Border0 communicate with other API services. A webhook takes a URL as a parameter that will be used to send an HTTP POST request that contains the event information. For example, this type can be used to set up an integration with Slack.
Notifications are triggered by events. The following event types are supported:
- New sessions, this event will trigger on any successful client login.
- Failed sessions, this event will be triggered on a client login failure.
- Audit events, any audit event in the organization will trigger this event.
Create a notification rule
A notification can be created using the portal, CLI, or our API. Only users with the admin role can manage notifications.
In the portal, click on Organization Settings on the left menu and then select the Notifications tab.
Now you can use the
New Notification button to add a new notification.
$ border0 organization notification manage organization notifications Usage: border0 organization notification [command] Available Commands: add Add organization notification list list organization notifications remove Remove organization notification show Show organization notification update Update organization notification Flags: -h, --help help for notification Use "border0 organization notification [command] --help" for more information about a command.
Adding a new notification of type webhook using the CLI:
$ border0 organization notification add slack-webhook --type webhook --webhook-url https://hooks.slack.com/services/XYZ/ABC/xxx --event login-success --event login-failure --event audit-events ┌─────────────┬──────────────────────────────────────────────┐ │ Name │ slack-webhook │ │ Type │ webhook │ │ Enabled │ ✔ │ │ Webhook URL │ https://hooks.slack.com/services/XYZ/ABC/xxx │ │ Events │ login-success │ │ │ login-failure │ │ │ audit-events │ └─────────────┴──────────────────────────────────────────────┘
To set up a slack integration with Border0 using notifications, you first need to set up an application in slack that can be used for notifications. See https://api.slack.com/messaging/webhooks for more information about creating a webhook app in slack.
Below is an example of how to set up a new App in Slack.
- Create app and select From scratch
- Provide a name for the App and select the workspace you want to use.
- Once the app is created you can enable Webhooks, select Incoming Webhooks
- Activate Incoming Webhooks and select Add new Webhook to Workspace
- Select the channel you want to use for notifications
- copy the webhook URL using the copy button
Now that the slack app has been set up, we can use the copied webhook URL to configure a notification by adding a Webhook notification here.
In the URL field, you can paste the copied URL from slack and select the events you want to receive in the slack channel. After creating the notifications, the slack integration is activated.
Now you have Slack integration working! The screenshot below is an example of Slack notifying the team of a Failed client login attempt. It shows the details of the login attempt and why it failed.
Below that, we see what a subsequent successful login looks like.
Updated 25 days ago