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Alerting. By developers, for developers.



Simple Alerting tool, Builtin providers (e.g. sentry/datadog or slack/pagerduty), 100% open sourced, free forever.


Manage your alerts by code, write better more actionable and accurate alerts with Keep scoring system (coming soon).

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A glance of Keep

Keep is a simple CLI tool that contains everything you need to start creating Alerts.

  • 10s of providers ready to use with your own data
  • Simple CLI tool to configure, trigger and test your alerts
  • Easily deployable via docker, vercel, github actions, etc.
  • Alerts are managed by simple yaml files that are human-readable


Brought to you by developers, EASY to use and managable by code.



Providers are Keep's way of interacting with 3rd party products; Keep uses them either to query data or to send notifications.


We tried our best to cover all common providers, missing any?, providers include:

  • Cloud: AWS, GCP, Azure, etc.
  • Monitoring: Sentry, New Relic, Datadog, etc.
  • Incident Management: PagerDuty, OpsGenie, etc.
  • Communication: Email, Slack, Console, etc.
  • and more...



Run locally

Try our first mock alert and get it up and running in <5 minutes - Ready? Let's Go! 


First, clone Keep repository:

git clone https://github.com/keephq/keep.git && cd keep


Install Keep CLI

pip install .



poetry shell
poetry install


From now on, Keep should be installed locally and accessible from your CLI, test it by executing:

keep version


Get a Slack incoming webhook using this tutorial and use use Keep to configure it:

keep config provider --provider-type slack --provider-id slack-demo


Paste the Slack Incoming Webhook URL (e.g. https://hooks.slack.com/services/...) and you're good to go 


Let's now execute our example "Paper DB has insufficient disk space" alert

keep run --alerts-file examples/alerts/db_disk_space.yml



You should have received your first "Dunder Mifflin Paper Company" alert in Slack by now.


Wanna have your alerts up and running in production? Go through our more detailed Deployment Guide


 Learn more



Thank you for contributing and continuously making Keep better, you're awesome 


Download: keep-main.zip


Source: github.com

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