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[Under Construction] Chef Cookbook for The Sensu Go project

Community

Sensu is discussed in many places but typically the best place to get adhoc general help is through or community slack in #chef channel.

Scope

This Chef Cookbook is for installing & configuring Sensu 5.x See the sensu cookbook if you wish to manage Sensu 1.x via Chef.

Requirements

  • Chef 15.0 or higher.
  • Network accessible package repositories.

Platform Support

The following platforms have been tested with Test Kitchen. It will most likely work on other platforms as well.

Platform Supported Version
0.0.1
amazonlinux X
amazonlinux-2 X
centos-6 X
centos-7 X
fedora X
ubuntu-16.04 X
ubuntu-18.04 X
ubuntu-20.04 X
windows-2012r2 Agent Only
windows-2016 Agent Only
windows-2019 Agent Only

Cookbook Dependencies

Usage

This is a library style cookbook that provides a set of resources to install and configure the Sensu 5.x environment in a composable way. It is intended to be used in your own wrapper cookbook suited to your specific needs. You can see a very simple example usage in the default recipe of the sensu_test cookbook that is included in this repo. This recipe is used as part of integration testing.

  • add depends 'sensu-go' to the metadata.rb for your cookbook.
  • use the provided resources in your cookbook
sensu_backend 'default' do
  action [:install, :init]
end

sensu_agent 'default'

sensu_ctl 'default' do
  action [:install, :configure]
end

sensu_check 'cron' do
  command '/bin/true'
  cron '@hourly'
  subscriptions %w(dad_jokes production)
  handlers %w(pagerduty email)
  annotations(runbook: 'https://www.xkcd.com/378/')
  publish false
  ttl 100
  high_flap_threshold 60
  low_flap_threshold 20
  action :create
end

# data bag contains url, checksum for asssets
assets = data_bag_item('sensu', 'assets')
assets.each do |name, property|
  next if name == 'id'
  sensu_asset name do
    url property['url']
    sha512 property['checksum']
  end
end

sensu_handler 'slack' do
  type 'pipe'
  command 'handler-slack --webhook-url https://hooks.slack.com/services/T00000000/B00000000/XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX --channel monitoring'
end

sensu_filter 'production_filter' do
  filter_action 'allow'
  expressions [
    "event.Entity.Environment == 'production'",
  ]
end

sensu_mutator 'example-mutator' do
  command 'example_mutator.rb'
  timeout 60
end

Testing

For more details look at the [TESTING.md](./TESTING.md).

Resource Overview

These resources primarily work by writing the Sensu 5.x object definitions to a local path and then using the sensuctl command line to reconfigure the definitions known to the sensu backend.

Resource Details

Common properties

Sensu resources that support metadata attributes share these common properties:

  • namespace the Sensu RBAC namespace that this check belongs to, default: default
  • labels custom extended attributes to add to the check
  • annotations custom extended attributes to add to the check

name metadata will be set automatically from the resource name

sensu_backend

The sensu backend resource can configure the core sensu backend service.

Properties

  • version which version to install, default: latest
  • repo which repo to pull package from, default: sensu/stable. If using private yum or apt repository, this is the baseurl/uri.
  • config_home where to store the generated object definitions, default: /etc/sensu
  • config a hash of configuration, default: { 'state-dir': '/var/lib/sensu/sensu-backend'}
  • distribution possible values: commercial, source. Requires a valid yum or apt repository for installation. default: commercial
  • gpgkey To be used with a package built from source. The GPG key for the package.
  • username the username to initialize the backend with
  • password the password to initialize the backend with

Examples

sensu_backend 'default'

For using packages built from source:

sensu_backend 'default' do
  distribution 'source'
  repo 'https://my-custom-repo.com/yum/$releasever/$basearch/'
end

Optionally pass configuration values for the backend:

(insecure example, don't really do this)
sensu_backend 'default' do
  repo 'sensu/stable'
  config({'state-dir' => '/var/lib/sensu/sensu-backend',
          'trusted-ca-file' => "/some/local/path.pem",
          'insecure-skip-tls-verify' => true})
end

sensu_agent

The sensu agent resource will install and configure the agent. As of Sensu Go 6.0.0, it is no longer possible to update an existing agent configuration with this resource, and an agent entity should be made via sensu_entity. NOTE: windows agent install is pinned to version 5.10 until available in a consumable package format (likely chocolately)

Properties

  • version which version to install, default: latest
  • repo which repo to pull package from, default: sensu/stable
  • config_home where to store the generated object definitions, default: /etc/sensu
  • config a hash of configuration

Examples

sensu_agent 'default'
(insecure example, don't really do this)
sensu_agent 'default' do
  config(
    "name": node['fqdn'],
    "namespace": "default",
    "backend-url": ["wss://sensu-backend.example.com:8081"],
    "insecure-skip-tls-verify": true,
    "subscriptions": ["centos", "haproxy"],
    "labels": {
      "app_id": "mycoolapp",
      "app_tier": "loadbalancer"
    },
    "annotations": {
      "color": "green"
    }
  )
end

sensu_ctl

Installs and configures the sensuctl cli

Properties

  • version which version to install, default: latest
  • repo which repo to pull package from, default: sensu/nightly
  • username username for connecting to the sensu backend
  • password password for connecting to the sensu backend
  • backend_url url for the sensu backend, default: http://127.0.0.1:8080

Examples

sensu_ctl 'default'
sensu_ctl 'default' do
  backend_url 'https://sensu.startup.horse'
end

sensu_check

The sensu_check resource is used to define check objects.

Properties

  • config_home default: /etc/sensu
  • check_hooks an array of hook name to run in response to the check
  • command required the check command to execute
  • cron a schedule for the check, in cron format or a predefined schedule
  • handlers an array of handlers to run in response to the check, default: []
  • high_flap_threshold The flap detection high threshold, in percent
  • interval The frequency in seconds the check is executed.
  • low_flap_threshold The flap detection low threshold, in percent
  • namespace the Sensu RBAC namespace that this check belongs to, default: default
  • proxy_entity_name Used to create a proxy entity for an external resource
  • proxy_requests A Sensu Proxy Request, representing Sensu entity attributes to match entities in the registry.
  • publish If check requests are published for the check
  • round_robin If the check should be executed in a round robin fashion
  • runtime_assets An array of Sensu assets required at runtime for the execution of the command
  • secrets An array of hashes of name/secret pairs to use with command execution
  • stdin If the Sensu agent writes JSON serialized entity and check data to the command process' STDIN
  • subscriptions required an array of Sensu entity subscriptions that check requests will be sent to
  • timeout The check execution duration timeout in seconds
  • ttl The value in seconds until check results are considered stale
  • output_metric_format (optional) the metric format that the output of this check conforms to
  • output_metric_handlers (optional) an array of handlers for output metrics from this check

Examples

sensu_check 'cron' do
  command '/bin/true'
  cron '@hourly'
  subscriptions %w(dad_jokes)
  handlers %w(pagerduty email)
  annotations(runbook: 'https://www.xkcd.com/378/')
  publish false
  ttl 100
  high_flap_threshold 60
  low_flap_threshold 20
  action :create
end


# Since this is a ruby based script, the check below defines two runtime_assets.
# One is the ruby-runtime asset, the other is the actual disk usage asset
sensu_check 'disk' do
  command 'check-disk-usage.rb -t xfs -w 95 -c 99'
  interval 60
  subscriptions %w(linux)
  handlers %w(pagerduty splunk)
  publish true
  ttl 100
  runtime_assets ['sensu-ruby-runtime', 'sensu-plugins-disk-checks']
  action :create
end

sensu_handler

Properties

  • command the command to run only allowd if type is pipe
  • env_vars an array of environment variables to use with command execution only allowed if type is pipe
  • filters an array of Sensu event filter names to use
  • handlers an array of Sensu event handler names to use for events
  • mutator mutator to use to mutate event data for the handler
  • namespace the Sensu RBAC namespace that this check belongs to, default: default
  • runtime_assets An array of Sensu assets required at runtime for the execution of the command
  • secrets an array of hashes of name/secret pairs to use with command execution
  • socket the socket definition scope, used to configure the TCP/UDP handler socket
  • timeout the handler execution duration timeout in seconds, only used with pipe and tcp types
  • type required handler type, one of pipe, tcp, udp or set

Examples

sensu_handler 'tcp_handler' do
  type 'tcp'
  socket({host: '10.0.1.99',
          port: 4444
         })
  timeout 30
end

sensu_hook

Used to define hooks for sensu checks

Properties

  • command required command to be executed
  • namespace the Sensu RBAC namespace that this check belongs to, default: default
  • timeout duration timeout in seconds (hard stop)
  • stdin If the Sensu agent writes JSON serialized Sensu entity and check data to the command process’ STDIN. The command must expect the JSON data via STDIN, read it, and close STDIN. This attribute cannot be used with existing Sensu check plugins, nor Nagios plugins etc, as Sensu agent will wait indefinitely for the hook process to read and close STDIN

Examples

sensu_hook 'restart_nginx' do
  command 'sudo systemctl start nginx'
  timeout 60,
  stdin false
end
sensu_hook 'process_tree' do
  command 'ps aux'
  timeout 60,
  stdin false
end

sensu_filter

Used to define filters for sensu checks

Properties

  • filter_action required action to take with the event if the filter statements match. One of: allow, deny
  • expressions required filter expressions to be compared with event data.
  • namespace the Sensu RBAC namespace that this check belongs to, default: default
  • when the when definition scope, used to determine when a filter is applied with time windows

Examples

sensu_filter 'production_filter' do
  filter_action 'allow'
  expressions [
    "event.Entity.Environment == 'production'",
  ]
end
sensu_filter 'state_change_only' do
  filter_action 'allow'
  expressions [
    "event.Check.Occurrences == 1"
  ]
end

sensu_mutator

A handler can specify a mutator to transform event data. This resource can define named resources to be used by handlers.

Properties

  • command required the command to run
  • env_vars an array of environment variables to use with command execution
  • namespace the Sensu RBAC namespace that this check belongs to, default: default
  • secrets an array of hashes of name/secret pairs to use with command execution
  • timeout the execution duration timeout in seconds

Examples

The following defines a filter that uses a Sensu plugin called example_mutator.rb to modify event data prior to handling the event.

sensu_mutator 'example-mutator' do
  command 'example_mutator.rb'
  timeout 60
end

sensu_asset

At runtime the agent can sequentially fetch assets and store them in its local cache but these must first be defined by name for the sensu backend.

Properties

  • filters a set of filter criteria used by the agent to determine of the asset should be installed.
  • sha512 required the checksum of the asset.
  • url required the URL location of the asset.
  • namespace the Sensu RBAC namespace that this check belongs to, default: default
  • builds List, defines multiple artifacts that provide the named asset.
  • headers Optional HTTP headers to apply to dynamic runtime asset retrieval

Examples

sensu_asset 'asset_example' do
  url 'http://example.com/asset/example.tar'
  sha512 '4f926bf4328fbad2b9cac873d117f771914f4b837c9c85584c38ccf55a3ef3c2e8d154812246e5dda4a87450576b2c58ad9ab40c9e2edc31b288d066b195b21b'
  filters [
    "System.OS==linux"
  ]
end

sensu_namespace

A Namespace partitions resources within Sensu, this replaces organizations/environments. The resource name is the namespace name.

Examples

sensu_namespace 'example_namespace' do
  action :create
end

sensu_entity

An entity is a representation of anything that needs to be monitored. From Sensu Go 6.0.0 onward, updates of an existing agent entity's subscriptions, labels, annotations, and attributes should be done via this resource, as updating via sensu_agent will be ignored.

Properties

  • entity_class required the entity type, should be either agent or proxy.
  • deregister Whether or not the entity should be removed from Sensu once the Sensu agent process's keepalive dies. Not needed for proxy entities.
  • deregistration Hash of handlers for use when the entity is deregistered. Not needed for proxy entities.
  • namespace the Sensu RBAC namespace that this check belongs to, default: default
  • redact List of items to redact from log messages and dashboard. If a value is provided, it overwrites the default list of items to be redacted.
  • sensu_agent_version Version of the agent entity running on the machine. Not needed for proxy entities.
  • subscriptions An array of subscriptions. If no subscriptions are provided, it defaults to an entity-specific subscription list: [entity:{ID}].
  • system A hash of system information about the entity. A full list of attributes that can be used can be found here.
  • user Sensu RBAC username used by the entity.

Examples

This example assumes that you've designed your proxy check to look for subscriptions (e.g., "entity.subscriptions.indexOf('hypervisor') >= 0" for the proxy_requests' entity_attributes).

sensu_entity 'example-hypervisor-entity' do
  entity_class 'proxy'
  subscriptions ['hypervisor']
  redact ['snmp_community_string']
  system(
    'hostname': 'example-hypervisor',
    'platform': 'Citrix Hypervisor',
    'platform_version': '8.1.0',
    'network': {
      'interfaces': [
        {
          'name': 'lo',
          'addresses': ['127.0.0.1/8'],
        },
        {
          'name': 'xapi0',
          'mac': '52:54:00:20:1b:3c',
          'addresses': ['172.0.1.72/24'],
        },
      ],
    },
  )
end

This example provides a proxy check for the label where proxy_requests entity_attributes matches "entity.labels.proxy_type == 'website'". You must define both the entity and the check in your chef recipe.

Define the entity resource:

sensu_entity 'example-website-entity' do
  entity_class 'proxy'
  labels (
    'proxy_type': 'website',
    'url': 'https://my-website-url.com'
  )
end

And define the corresponding proxy check resource:

sensu_check 'proxy_check_proxy_requests' do
  proxy_entity_name 'example-website-entity'
  proxy_requests(entity_attributes: [ "entity.labels.proxy_type == 'website'"])
  subscriptions %w(proxy)
  handlers %w(pagerduty email)
  command 'http_check.sh {{ .labels.url }}'
  interval 60
  publish true
  action :create
end

Note that this check uses token substitution so the command must be in single quotes.

Consult the proxy check section of the checks reference documentation for further details.

sensu_role

The combination of Roles and RoleBindings grant users and groups permissions to resources within a namespace. Roles describe which resources and verbs a subject has access to.

Properties

sensu_role_binding

The combination of Roles and RoleBindings grant users and groups permissions to resources within a namespace. RoleBindings describe the association of a role with one or more subjects.

Properties

  • role_name required the name of the role
  • role_type required the role type, either Role or ClusterRole
  • subjects required an array of hashes, each describing the name and type of a subject which is granted the permissions described by the named role.

See Role binding and Cluster Role binding specification for additional details.

sensu_cluster_role

The combination of ClusterRoles and ClusterRoleBindings grant users and groups permissions to resources across all namespaces. ClusterRoles describe which resources and verbs a subject has access to.

Properties

sensu_cluster_role_binding

The combination of ClusterRoles and ClusterRoleBindings grant users and groups permissions to resources within a namespace. ClusterRoleBindings describe the association of a role with one or more subjects.

Properties

  • role_name required the name of the role
  • role_type required the role type, either Role or ClusterRole
  • subjects required an array of hashes, each describing the name and type of a subject which is granted the permissions described by the named role.

sensu_postgres_config

Configure Sensu to store events in a PostgreSQL database.

Properties

  • dsn required A string specifying the data source names as a URL or PostgreSQL connection string.
  • pool_size An integer value for the maximum number of PostgreSQL connections to maintain.

See PostgreSQL docs for more information about connection strings.

Examples

sensu_postgres_config 'default' do
    dsn "postgresql://sensu:pgtesting123@127.0.0.1:5432/sensu_events?sslmode=disable"
    pool_size 10
end

sensu_active_directory

An active directory configuration to be applied to Sensu Go (commercial feature).

Properties

  • groups_prefix Prefix for groups to include.
  • username_prefix Prefix for users to include.
  • servers required An array of active directory servers to connect to, including all of their properties.

Examples

sensu_active_directory 'active_directory' do
  servers [{
    'host': '127.0.0.1',
    'group_search': {
      'base_dn': 'dc=acme,dc=org',
    },
    'user_search': {
      'base_dn': 'dc=acme,dc=org',
    },
  }]
end

sensu_auth_oidc

An OIDC configuration applied to Sensu Go (commercial feature). Configuring OIDC is beyond the scope of this document, consult the sensu documentation for OpenID Connect authentication and for Registering an OIDC application

  • additional_scopes Scopes to include in the claims, in addition to the default openid scope.
  • client_id required
  • client_secret required The OIDC provider Client Secret. This value should be dynamically retrieved from a secret store such as chef-vault
  • disable_offline_access
  • redirect_uri
  • server required The location of the OIDC server you wish to authenticate against.
  • groups_claim
  • groups_prefix
  • username_prefix
  • username_claim
  • resource_type

Examples

sensu_auth_oidc 'fake_okta' do
  additional_scopes ["groups", "email"]
  client_id "a8e43af034e7f2608780"
  # Demo only! The client secret value should come from somewhere like chef-vault
  client_secret "b63968394be6ed2edb61c93847ee792f31bf6216"
  redirect_uri "http://sensu-backend.example.com:8080/api/enterprise/authentication/v2/oidc/callback"
  server "https://oidc.example.com:9031"
end

sensu_auth_ldap

An ldap configuration to be applied to Sensu Go (commercial feature).

Properties

  • groups_prefix Prefix for groups to include.
  • username_prefix Prefix for users to include.
  • servers required An array of ldap servers to connect to, including all of their properties as hashes. See LDAP authentication

Examples

sensu_auth_ldap 'openldap' do
  servers [{
    'host': '127.0.0.1',
    'group_search': {
      'base_dn': 'dc=acme,dc=org',
      'attribute': 'member'
      'object_class': 'groupOfNames'
    },
    'user_search': {
      'base_dn': 'dc=acme,dc=org',
      'attribute': 'uid',
      'name_attribute': 'cn',
      'object_class': 'person'
    },
  }]
end

sensu_secret

Create a secret that Sensu can grab from a secret provider so that sensitive information is not exposed (commercial feature).

Properties

  • id required The key to use to retrive the secret. For the Env secrets provider, this is the environment variable. For the Vault secrets provider, this is the path and key in the form of secret/path#key. Currently, the Vault secrets provider does not support any base engine paths other than "secret/" for v2 K/V secrets engine.
  • namespace the Sensu RBAC namespace that this check belongs to, default: default
  • secrets_provider required Name of the provider, all in lowercase, ex: 'env', 'vault'

Examples

Environment secret referencing the environment variable CONSUL_TOKEN on the backend server:

sensu_secret 'sensu-consul-token' do
  id 'CONSUL_TOKEN'
  secrets_provider 'env'
end

Vault secret referencing the key token at the path secret/consul:

sensu_secret 'sensu-consul-token' do
  id 'secret/consul#token'
  secrets_provider 'vault'
end

sensu_secrets_provider

Create a secret provider for Sensu to connect to for secrets (commercial feature). Currently supports only Vault integration or Sensu Go's built-in secrets provider.

Either a token or a TLS hash must be provided.

Properties

  • address required Vault server address.
  • max_retries Maximum number of times to retry connecting to the Vault provider.
  • provider_type Secret provider to use. Default: 'Env'
  • rate_limiter Hash of rate and burst limits for the Vault API.
  • timeout Connection timeout for provider.
  • tls Hash of certificate information required to access Vault.
  • token Vault token to use for authentication.
  • version Version of the Vault KV secrets engine you're trying to access. Default: 'v2'

Examples

Minimal with token:

sensu_secrets_provider 'vault' do
  address 'https://vaultserver.example.com:8200'
end
  provider_type 'VaultProvider'
  token 'yourVaultToken'

Complete with TLS:

sensu_secrets_provider 'vault' do
  address 'https://vaultserver.example.com:8200'
  max_retries 2
  provider_type 'VaultProvider'
  rate_limiter(
    'limit': 10,
    'burst': 100
  )
  tls('ca_cert': '/path/to/your/ca.pem',
      'client_cert': '/path/to/backend/pem/for/vault.pem',
      'client_key': '/path/to/backend/key/for/vault.pem',
      'cname': 'sensu-backend.example.com'
     )
  timeout '60s'
  version 'v2'
end

sensu_etcd_replicator

Etcd replicators allow you to manage RBAC resources in one place and mirror the changes to follower clusters. This resource allows you to set up etcd mirrors for one-way key replication (commercial feature).

Properties

  • ca_cert Path to an the PEM-format CA certificate to use for TLS client authentication. Required if using default transport security
  • cert Path to the PEM-format certificate to use for TLS client authentication. Required if using default transport security
  • key Path to the PEM-format key file associated with the cert to use for TLS client authentication. Required if using default transport security
  • insecure Set to true to disable transport security. Not Recommended. Default: false
  • url Destination cluster URL. Use comma separated list in single quotes for more than one.
  • api_version API version of the resource to replicate.
  • resource Name of the resource to replicate.
  • namespace Namespace to replicate or all namespaces for a given resource type if not set.
  • replication_interval_seconds Interval in seconds for replication.

Examples

sensu_etcd_replicator 'insecure_role_replicator' do
  insecure true # NOTE: Disable transport security with care.
  url 'http://127.0.0.1:2379'
  resource 'Role'
end

sensu_etcd_replicator 'role_replicator' do
  cert '/etc/ssl/fake.pem'
  key '/etc/ssl/fake.key'
  url 'http://127.0.0.1:2379'
  resource 'Role'
end

sensu_etcd_replicator 'role_binding_replicator' do
  cert '/etc/ssl/fake.pem'
  key '/etc/ssl/fake.key'
  url 'http://127.0.0.1:2379'
  resource 'RoleBinding'
end

Create a save search that can be used in the Sensu web interface (commercial feature).

Properties

  • namespace namespace for the save search
  • parameters required parameters the search will apply
  • resource required fully qualified name of the resource

Examples

sensu_search 'check-config' do
  parameters [
      "published:true",
      "subscription:linux",
      "labelSelector: region == \"us-west-1\""
  ]
  resource 'core.v2/CheckConfig'
end

sensu_global_config

Web UI configuration allows you to define certain display options for the Sensu web UI, such as which web UI theme to use, the number of items to list on each page, and which URLs and linked images to expand. You can define a single custom web UI configuration to federate to all, some, or only one of your clusters (commercial feature).

Properties

  • always_show_local_cluster Display the current cluster in federated environments
  • default_preferences Global defaults for page size and theme
  • link_policy Policy for what domains are valid and invalid targets

Examples

sensu_global_config 'custom-web-ui' do
  default_preferences(page_size: 50,
                      theme: "deuteranopia")
  link_policy(allow_list: true,
              urls: [
                "https://example.com",
                "steamapp://34234234",
                "//google.com",
                "//*.google.com",
                "//bob.local"
              ])
end

sensu_tessen_config

Tessen sends anonymized data about Sensu instances to Sensu Inc., including the version, cluster size, number of events processed, and number of resources created. This resource allows users to control their preference for cluster analytics collection.

This does not affect licensed Sensu instances since Tessen is enabled by default and required in those cases.

Properties

  • opt_out Set to true to opt out of default analytics collection

Examples

sensu_tessen_config 'default' do
  opt_out true
end

sensu_user

Manage non SSO sensu users. This resource requires a bcrypt password hash, you can use sensuctl user hash-password to generate one.

Properties

  • username String, username to manage.
  • password_hash required, String.
  • groups Array of RBAC groups for the user
  • disabled enable or disable a user

Examples

# Disable someone who had their password exposed
sensu_user 'doofus' do
  password_hash '$2y$12$OrEQ61blxyTFi3PJHeJ94ej/Z857eSAnAdlSD4Kn7ywItTLrzTqVy'
  groups %w(view admin managers)
  disabled true
end

# Add a user with only view rights.
sensu_user 'reinstated' do
  password_hash '$2y$12$yga83H/KqKFKDYnLogQ6CeN3xrFmhVwMdVkh.hRPX/BhF2NJfYq8O'
  groups %w(view)
end

License & Authors

If you would like to see the detailed LICENSE click [here](./LICENSE).

Copyright (c) 2020 Sensu

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Change Log

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Unreleased

1.3.0 - 2020-10-28

Fixed

  • Fixed outfile for sensuctl install for Windows, as well as preventing unnecessary downloads for install. Fixed configure action for Windows that was unable to parse array. (@kovukono)
  • Fixed sensu_ctl resource to only extract downloads on new versions, not every chef run (@webframp)

Added

  • sensu_auth_oidc resource added (@webframp)
  • sensu_auth_ldap resource for ldap integration. (@webframp)
  • sensu_etcd_replicator resource for managing cluster RBAC federation (@webframp)
  • sensu_search resource added (@webframp)
  • sensu_global_config resource to manage web ui configuration (@webframp)
  • sensu_tessen_config resource to manage tessen analytics preference (@webframp)
  • sensu_user resource to manage non SSO users (@webframp)

Changed

  • Rename :ad_servers property of sensu_active_diretory resource to :auth_servers. For consistency with sensu_auth_ldap resource this property was renamed and will be removed in a future cookbook version. (@webframp)
  • Refactored sensu_ctl to use builtin (Chef 15+) archive_file resource and remove 3rd party seven_zip cookbook dependency. (@webframp)

1.2.0 - 2020-10-17

Fixed

  • Fix yaml rendering for agent and backend with Chef 16.x (@webframp)

Added

  • Add header property support to sensu_asset resource. (@webframp)

Changed

  • Updated the attributes for agent and ctl (windows only) to version 6.1.0. On linux the behavior is unchanged; installed by a single package and default to latest unless a version is specified. (@derekgroh)

1.1.0 - 2020-09-27

Added

  • The following resources, sensu_check, sensu_entity, sensu_filter, sensu_handler, sensu_hook, sensu_mutator, and sensu_secret now expose a namespace attribute for controlling where the resource is created. Default is the default namespace. @joe-armstrong)
  • Minor README change for Sensu 6.0.0 handling of agent configs. (@kovukono)

1.0.0 - 2020-07-24

Breaking Changes

  • sensu_check now does not provide defaults for command and subscriptions, and they must be required as per the upstream specs. (@kovukono)
  • declare chef supported versions to use match current chef support (15+) (@majormoses)

Fixed

  • Chef 16+ support (@kovukono)
  • sensu_entity support for missing attributes (@kovukono)

Added

  • sensu_active_directory resource for active directory integration. (@kovukono)
  • sensu_secrets_provider and sensu_secret resource for Vault integration, along with secret support for checks, handlers, and mutators. (@kovukono)
  • sensu_asset now exposes a namespace attribute for controlling where the asset is created, by default it will use default. Default is the default namespace. @joe-armstrong)
  • sensu_asset now supports multi-built assets using the builds key and accepts an array of hashes for each filter. By default no filters are passed. (@cwjohnston)
  • all of the following resources: asset, check, filter, handler, and mutator have had new aliases added to the providers with an optional namespace to ease migration issues where a resource exists in both sensu and sensu-go the generic schema is sensu_go_$COMPONENT. For example sensu_check can be referenced also via sensu_go_check. (@majoemoses)

0.3.0 - 2020-05-13

Fixed

  • agent service will restart when its config changes (@kovukono)

Added

  • sensu-backend action :init adding returns to account for possible return codes. exit code 3 is returned when already init. This allows chef-client runs to not fail when running idempotently. (@tarcinil)
  • sensu-backend now supports specifying an apt or yum repository for packages built from source. (@kovukono)

0.2.0 - 2020-01-05

Breaking Changes

  • sensu-backend property: config Readme incorrectly documented the wrong (@tmonk42) path. Called out as a breaking change in case anyone had begun using the incorrect setting but as this has not been released it will be versioned as a patch. (@tmonk42) - #66

Added

  • filters resource now supports runtime_assets being passed (@majormoses)
  • Added support for postgres_config resource (@cwjohnston) - #70
  • Added support for role, role_binding, cluster_role and cluster_role_binding resources (@cwjohnston) - #71
  • Added init action to sensu-backend to allow functionality added in 5.16.0 (@kovukono) - #77

Changed

  • Refactored resource helpers to reduce duplication. (@cwjohnston) - #72

0.1.0 - 2019-09-16

Added

  • Most resources now support metadata specific properties (@webframp)
  • add sensu_hook resource (@derekgroh)
  • add debug option for sensu_ctl resource to help debug (@majormoses)
  • add support for sensu-go-agent on windows platform (@derekgroh)
  • fix symbols in annotations and labels (@scalp42)
  • add sensu_ctl resource for windows platforms (@derekgroh) - #59

Changed

  • sensuctl cli args for asset updates now uses --namespace
  • sensuctl cli args are escaped properly (@beeerd)
  • sensuctl cli commands are marked sensitive by default (@beeerd)

Breaking Changes

  • Use stable package channels (@webframp)
  • Temporarily remove Debian support until stable packages are available (@webframp)
  • sensu_organization resource removed to match upstream (@webframp)
  • Switched to beta package repository as default (@webframp)
  • sensu_environment is now sensu_namespace (@webframp)
  • extended_attributes property renamed to annotations as part of metadata (@webframp)
  • Filter statements property renamed to expressions (@webframp)
  • Entity class property renamed to entity_class

0.0.3 - 2018-09-12

Added

  • new sensu_entity resource (@mercul3s)
  • new sensu_organization resource (@mercul3s)
  • new sensu_environment resource (@mercul3s)

0.0.2 - 2018-08-29

Added

  • Adding output_metric settings to the sensu_check resource

0.0.1

Added

  • new .editorconfig to help users who have editors that support editor config
  • new PR and issue templates (@majormoses)
  • links to community slack (@majormoses)
  • new sensu_mutator resource (@webframp)
  • new sensu_filter resource (@webframp)
  • new sensu_handler resource (@webframp)
  • new sensu_check resource (@webframp)
  • new sensu_ctl resource to install and configure (@webframp)
  • Created repo with initial commit (@mbbroberg)
  • Added CODEOWNERS (@majormoses)
  • Added skel files from Chef Partners cookbook generator (@thomasriley)

Changed

  • Updated contributing instruction (@majormoses)
  • use @sensu/chef-cookbooks for CODEOWNERS rather than individual users now that there is a team to refer to instead (@majormoses)

Fixed

  • moved CODEOWNERS into the correct location (@majormoses)
  • updated development dependencies (@majormoses)
  • using a version of 'latest' for backend and agent providers will now upgrade to the test version

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