Needs advice
on
GitGit
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JenkinsJenkins

Hi Genius folk, Please advice me on the following. We like for a Jenkins job to start to make use of a webhook on a Git commit. However, the Jenkins job creates a Virtual Machine (with a location), which the committer needs to know to make use of this newly created Virtual Machine. Without the location information, the committer does not know where this Virtual Machine resides.

My question: How is a committer best informed about the outcome of a process that is triggered by the commit?

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Git commit information can include the email of the commit author, so you could email them (assuming you already have a email server setup). If the commit author name matches their name on the company messaging tool you could use the messaging tool API to send them a message. If you're using a site like github you can use the github API to post a message on their PR.

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If you are using Slack (and if you're not using slack I recommend using slack ) I highly recommend Slack Webhooks integration, every job can alert the specific commiter or a specific channel that updates about all the jobs, that's how my tea, handles updates on job, we get updated when a job starts and then again when it's finished / failed, it`s also very convenient to use a dedicated channel for so you can view the history of jobs very easily.

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