Integrating Slack with Oracle Developer Cloud Service


Slack is a Cloud based team collaboration software. For more information about Slack, see

In this tutorial, you create a Slack webhook in the Oracle Developer Cloud Service project and configure it to send notifications about events and activities of the project. Note that only project Owners can create a webhook.

What Do You Need?
  • A web browser
  • Your Oracle Cloud account credentials
  • An Oracle Cloud account with active Oracle Developer Cloud Service
  • An Oracle Developer Cloud Service project with the project Owner role
    This tutorial assumes that you are using a Demo project.
  • An active Slack workspace
    This tutorial assumes that you have created a Demo workspace in Slack and want to receive notifications in the default general channel. To create a workspace in Slack, see the Slack documentation.

1. Configuring the Slack Channel to Receive Notifications

In this section, you install the Incoming Webhook app in Slack and configure the general channel to receive notifications. If you have already installed the app, you can ignore this section. Read the complete article here.


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