Notifications for GitHub Actions

Never miss critical changes in GitHub Actions workflows. Receive notifications for fluctuations in key performance metrics as your workflow runs

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Notification Channels

Set your rules to get notified about critical changes, and flow them through your favorite tooling

PagerDuty
Slack
Opsgenie
Webhook
Email

Predefined rule templates

We’ve made some rule templates for you to easily set your rules for your workflows within a couple of clicks. For example, whenever the average duration of a workflow increases from 4mins to 5mins, you will get a notification, or Increase in the failure rate of a workflow compared to the previous week.

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We have always kept our main (trunk) branch release-ready, but due to unstable and flaky test that is not always easy. GitHub Actions is an excellent tool for testing purposes, but it is not easy to get a quick glance at the overall healthiness of your tests. Foresight on the other hand gives you an overview of your workflows across all individual runs, and we believe this will be a valuable tool to help us keep our tests healthy.

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We heavily use GitHub Actions for our CI/CD pipeline. We have many repos including several mono repositories. Foresight helped us to monitor all the workflows, runs and test results from one single place, to improve the pipeline by the alerts, and to save a lot of time. I highly recommend it to the community.

Lemi Orhan Ergin, Co-founder of Craftgate

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Testcontainers' own test suite is massive, because nothing is worse than an unstable testing tool. We always knew that there are opportunities to reduce its execution time by optimizing some of these tests, but Foresight helped visualizing the hotspots and prioritize the tests that needs to be optimized first. With this kick in the... err... build, we are ready to stop procrastinating and start optimizing!

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Software teams aim to release as fast as possible but there are various reasons that hamper velocity. Slow builds, failing and flaky tests, and clogged CI pipelines end up with slow release cycles. As a result, productivity falters, costs increase, and end users might be impacted.
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Without quickly debugging test failures, detecting flaky and slow tests, and identifying trends, so much time is wasted with old school testing practices.
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It's difficult for code reviewers to know the impact of the PR in production. They want to know and focus on the parts of a code change that matter most to their users.
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Developers can't focus on business logic. Waiting for long CI and testing queues, and being blocked for stability, uptime, and error reduction decreases developers' productivity.
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Never miss critical changes in your GitHub Actions workflows

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