Software builds display

View your software builds on your log graphs and correlate them with events:
Coralogix now supports receiving new software builds webhooks from Gitlab, Visual Studio, Bitbucket, and Heroku pipelines. View your builds in the context of your logs and directly access them via Coralogix.

1) Bitbucket
2) TFS
3) GitLab
4) Heroku Pipeline

1. Integrate Coralogix with BitBucket:

Coralogix supports integration with bitbucket web hooks, use web hooks to inform coralogix when new build is issued. 
1) Login to bit bucket using your user credentials.
2) Go to your overview page and then go to settings.
3) In settings go to webhooks.
4) Add new webhook.
  • Add title (for example: “Coralogix builds”
  • Add url: https://api.coralogix.com/api/v1/bitbucket?key=*ADD_YOUR_PRIVATE_KEY*&application=*YOUR_APPLICATION_NAME*&subsystem=*YOUR_SUBSYSTEM_NAME*
  • Key – use your private key. – must
  • Application – your desired application name – please use identical name to correspond with your logs application name. – must
  • Subsystem – your desired system name – please use identical name to correspond with your logs subsystem name.
5) Select trigger:
  • Select build status updated
coralogix integration to bitbucket
6) Click save.

2. Integrate Coralogix TFS:

1) Sign in to TFS using your user credentials.
2) Select your team project.
3) Click settings.
4) Go to Service hooks.
5) Click add new service hooks.
6) Select “Build Completed” as the trigger and click Next.
  • You may choose any filter as you desire.
  • Key – use your private key. – must
  • Application – your desired application name – please use identical name to correspond with your logs application name. – must
  • Subsystem – your desired system name – please use identical name to correspond with your logs subsystem name.
coralogix integration to TFS
8) Click finish 

3. Integrate Coralogix Git lab:

1) Login to GitLab using your Credentials:.
2) Go to your project page.
3) Go to Settings -> Integrations
  • Key – use your private key. – must
  • Application – your desired application name – please use identical name to correspond with your logs application name. – must
  • Subsystem – your desired system name – please use identical name to correspond with your logs subsystem name.
5) Select PipeLine events.
coralogix integration to Gitlab
6) Click Save.

4. Integrate Coralogix Heroku Pipelines:

Simply provision the Coralogix add-on and in case you use Heroku pipelines, you will start seeing your Heroku builds on the Coralogix log timelines! 

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