File alertmanager.yml of Package golang-github-prometheus-alertmanager

# Sample configuration.
# See https://prometheus.io/docs/alerting/configuration/ for documentation.

global:
  # The smarthost and SMTP sender used for mail notifications.
  smtp_smarthost: "localhost:25"
  smtp_from: "alertmanager@example.org"

# The root route on which each incoming alert enters.
route:
  # The root route must not have any matchers as it is the entry point for
  # all alerts. It needs to have a receiver configured so alerts that do not
  # match any of the sub-routes are sent to someone.
  receiver: "team-X-mails"

  # The labels by which incoming alerts are grouped together. For example,
  # multiple alerts coming in for cluster=A and alertname=LatencyHigh would
  # be batched into a single group.
  #
  # To aggregate by all possible labels use '...' as the sole label name.
  # This effectively disables aggregation entirely, passing through all
  # alerts as-is. This is unlikely to be what you want, unless you have
  # a very low alert volume or your upstream notification system performs
  # its own grouping. Example: group_by: [...]
  group_by: ["alertname", "cluster"]

  # When a new group of alerts is created by an incoming alert, wait at
  # least 'group_wait' to send the initial notification.
  # This way ensures that you get multiple alerts for the same group that start
  # firing shortly after another are batched together on the first
  # notification.
  group_wait: 30s

  # When the first notification was sent, wait 'group_interval' to send a batch
  # of new alerts that started firing for that group.
  group_interval: 5m

  # If an alert has successfully been sent, wait 'repeat_interval' to
  # resend them.
  repeat_interval: 3h

  # All the above attributes are inherited by all child routes and can
  # overwritten on each.

  # The child route trees.
  routes:
    # This routes performs a regular expression match on alert labels to
    # catch alerts that are related to a list of services.
    - match_re:
        service: ^(foo1|foo2|baz)$
      receiver: team-X-mails

      # The service has a sub-route for critical alerts, any alerts
      # that do not match, i.e. severity != critical, fall-back to the
      # parent node and are sent to 'team-X-mails'
      routes:
        - match:
            severity: critical
          receiver: team-X-pager

    - match:
        service: files
      receiver: team-Y-mails

      routes:
        - match:
            severity: critical
          receiver: team-Y-pager

    # This route handles all alerts coming from a database service. If there's
    # no team to handle it, it defaults to the DB team.
    - match:
        service: database

      receiver: team-DB-pager
      # Also group alerts by affected database.
      group_by: [alertname, cluster, database]

      routes:
        - match:
            owner: team-X
          receiver: team-X-pager

        - match:
            owner: team-Y
          receiver: team-Y-pager

# Inhibition rules allow to mute a set of alerts given that another alert is
# firing.
# We use this to mute any warning-level notifications if the same alert is
# already critical.
inhibit_rules:
  - source_match:
      severity: "critical"
    target_match:
      severity: "warning"
    # Apply inhibition if the alertname is the same.
    # CAUTION:
    #   If all label names listed in `equal` are missing
    #   from both the source and target alerts,
    #   the inhibition rule will apply!
    equal: ["alertname"]

receivers:
  - name: "team-X-mails"
    email_configs:
      - to: "team-X+alerts@example.org, team-Y+alerts@example.org"

  - name: "team-X-pager"
    email_configs:
      - to: "team-X+alerts-critical@example.org"
    pagerduty_configs:
      - routing_key: <team-X-key>

  - name: "team-Y-mails"
    email_configs:
      - to: "team-Y+alerts@example.org"

  - name: "team-Y-pager"
    pagerduty_configs:
      - routing_key: <team-Y-key>

  - name: "team-DB-pager"
    pagerduty_configs:
      - routing_key: <team-DB-key>