July Exchange Update

July 31st, 2017
by Lindsay Hill

The StackStorm Exchange saw several new packs during July, along with some updates to old favorites. Read on for a roundup of interesting happenings:


StackStorm 2.3.2: Summer of Bugfixes Continues

July 29, 2017
by Lindsay Hill

The Summer of Bugfixes continues here at StackStorm. The team has put together another patch release, fixing a few annoyances, cleaning up some old bugs, and making StackStorm all-around easier to use. Read on for some of the notable changes:


StackStorm 2.3.1: Bug Smashing

July 6, 2017
by Lindsay Hill

Hot on the heels of StackStorm 2.3, we have pushed out StackStorm 2.3.1. Bugs squashed, a few useful small changes. Here’s a few of the highlights:


June StackStorm Exchange Update

July 3, 2017
by Lindsay Hill

Hey folks, just a quick roundup of happenings on the StackStorm Exchange for the month of June. New packs, updates to existing packs, and a reminder about changes to pack configuration.


Autoscaling Swarm on AWS with StackStorm

June 22, 2017
by Dmitri Zimine

In this blog, we show how to scale out a Docker Swarm Cluster based on container workload, so that you don’t over-provision your AWS cluster and pay for just enough instances to run your containers. Learn how we achieved this, watch the 2 min video to see it in action. Read the blog for details. Grab our code recipe and adjust it to your liking and use to auto-scale your Swarm on AWS.


StackStorm 2.3: Something for Everyone!

June 19, 2017
By Lindsay Hill

StackStorm 2.3 is out, and there’s something in it for everyone. Big API improvements for developers, Web UI fixes for users, and RBAC & LDAP enhancements for Enterprise customers. Plus plenty of pack changes for everyone. Here’s the full details:


Monitorama 2017: Data Science, Discussions, and Deep Dives

June 7, 2017
by Matt Oswalt

The team here at StackStorm was psyched to sponsor Monitorama 2017. This was the first Monitorama we attended, and it was an interesting new take on the world of monitoring. A proper monitoring infrastructure is key crucial for event-driven automation, in order to better understand what an “event” is.


PagerDuty Pack Update – API v2

May 30, 2017
by Warren Van Winckel

We have updated the PagerDuty pack to use the “pypd” library, maintained by PagerDuty. Previously we were using the “pygerduty” library, maintained by DropBox. Key point to note is that “pygerduty” uses version 1 of the PagerDuty API, and “pypd” uses version 2.

We needed to update to v2 because PagerDuty will not be supporting version 1 of their API after July 6, 2017. As a consequence of the migration to the latest API, any existing Stackstorm and PagerDuty users should update their packs and configurations now. You will need to change the way some actions are called because the API has changed and some new parameters are required:

st2 run pagerduty.acknowledge_incident email=’’ ids=<incident-ids>

st2 run pagerduty.resolve_incident email=’’ ids=<incident-ids>


StackStorm on Docker Grows Up: Mistral, Community Maintainers and more…

May 23, 2017
by Warren Van Winckel

Mistral Now Included

A month ago, we launched the stackstorm image. We continued working on this and now it’s, hmm… ready! Well, software is never ready so how do we mean it? The image now contains Mistral, fixed bugs, new features. You can now perform everything with StackStorm using this image. The stackstorm image now contains st2, st2web and st2mistral!


Ansible playbooks to deploy StackStorm: BWC, ChatOps and more

May 15, 2017 by Eugen C. (@armab)

Ansible Playbooks v0.7.0 to deploy StackStorm: bwc, st2chatops and more

As you may know, previously we announced availability of Ansible production-friendly playbooks to install & configure StackStorm for cases when our demo bash installer wasn’t sufficient.

With the new release github.com/StackStorm/ansible-st2 v0.7.0 you can do even more!

This version includes new bwc and st2chatops roles, features like passing settings to st2.conf, enhancements to use custom SSL certificate for st2web, more documentation use-cases, some breaking changes and of course, bug fixes.


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