To start creating a playbook, a
Trigger is needed in order to launch the start of the playbook execution.
Types of Triggers
In the Operations Center, section Playbooks, once you have selected a created playbook, you will be able to filter the
Blocks into one of the three categories:
Triggers, Operators and Actions. Here we want to filter on
Triggers collects data that will be used by the Operators and Actions to answer a specific need.
Security alerts trigger allows a user to collect information of an alert, such as the
alert_uuid, its date of creation (
created_at), its category (
urgency or the action that triggered THIS alert notification (
event_type) for example "alert-created", "alert-status-changed", "alert-comment-created" etc.
Alert webhook trigger allows a user to automatically trigger actions once a human has raised and removed a doubt on an alert.
This is a
Block button, such as the one you will find hereunder, for the example of adding an standardised commentary on the alert commentary section.
Cron trigger allows a user to periodically launch an automatic action, that should be defined and created by a user.