Webhooks

A webhook is a way for an app to provide other applications with real-time information. A webhook delivers data to other applications as it happens, meaning you get data immediately. OpenMetadata out of the box provide support for Webhooks. Webhooks can be used to get real-time information for the application when an event occurs. OpenMetadata also allows the user to customise the webhook with a wide range of filters to listen to only selected type of events

  1. Generic
  2. Slack
  3. Microsoft Teams
  1. Name: Add the name of the webhook
  2. Description: Add description of the webhook/Describe the webhook.
  3. Endpoint URL: Enter the Consumer/client URL to consume the event's data.
  4. Activity Filter: Can be used to activate or disable the webhook.
  5. Event Filters: Filters are provided for all the entities and for all the events. Event data for specific action can be achieved.
  6. Batch Size: Enter the batch size.
  7. Connection Timeout: Enter the desired connection timeout.
  8. Secret Key: Secret key can be used to secure the webhook connection.
webhook-generic
  1. Name: Add the name of the webhook
  2. Description: Add description of the webhook/Describe the webhook.
  3. Endpoint URL: Enter the Slack endpoint url.
  4. Activity Filter: Can be used to activate or disable the webhook.
  5. Event Filters: Filters are provided for all the entities and for all the events. Event data for specific action can be achieved.
  6. Batch Size: Enter the batch size.
  7. Connection Timeout: Enter the desired connection timeout.
  8. Secret Key: Secret key can be used to secure the webhook connection.
webhook-slack
  1. Name: Add the name of the webhook
  2. Description: Add description of the webhook/Describe the webhook.
  3. Endpoint URL: Enter the MS Teams endpoint url.
  4. Activity Filter: Can be used to activate or disable the webhook.
  5. Event Filters: Filters are provided for all the entities and for all the events. Event data for specific action can be achieved.
  6. Batch Size: Enter the batch size.
  7. Connection Timeout: Enter the desired connection timeout.
  8. Secret Key: Secret key can be used to secure the webhook connection.
webhook-msteams

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