A microservice for retranslating Jira webhooks to a RabbitMQ server
This service works as a bridge between a Jira and a RabbitMQ instances:
- receives HTTP requests from the Jira server;
- sends them to the MQ server via AMQP protocol.
pip install jira_rabbitmq_webhook gunicorn
You need to create a configuration file for the service. Sample file can be found in config directory (it is copied to the config directory of your python environment after installation). Available settings:
- url - URL used for receiving HTTP requests from the Jira instance
- host - RabbitMQ host
- port - RabbitMQ port
- login - RabbitMQ login
- password - RabbitMQ login
- virtualhost - RabbitMQ virtual host to use
- timeout - How many seconds the service tries to connect to the RabbitMQ server
- ssl - Whether to use SSL for AMQP connection
- default_queue - Queue to send messages to
- custom_queues - Queues to send messages for specific events
You also need to configure Jira webhook to send requests to your jira_rabbitmq_webhook instance. For example if your jira_rabbitmq_webhook instance is launched on the host jrw.test.com and you configured “web”->”url” as “/webhook/” then you should set webhook address in your Jira instance as “http://jrw.test.com/webhook/” (or “https://jrw.test.com/webhook/” if you configured SSL for it).
The jira_rabbitmq_webhook service can be launched with the Gunicorn:
gunicorn "jira_rabbitmq_webhook.application:get_application('path/to/the/jira_rabbitmq_webhook.json')" --worker-class aiohttp.GunicornWebWorker
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