can be integrated with external services. supports native integrations with multiple services, first and foremost Git hosting services such as GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket. You can continue to use those tools for your development workflow, and have environments created automatically for your pull requests and branches.

You can also add native integrations with performance monitoring tools. recommends Blackfire, which is part of the standard Observability Suite. Be aware that only a project administrator (someone with admin level access to the project) can add or remove integrations. See User administration for more details.

Listing active integrations 

With the CLI, you can list all your active integrations:

platform integrations

Cli Integrations

Validating integrations 

Once your integration has been configured, you can validate that it is functioning properly with the command:

$ platform integration:validate

Enter a number to choose an integration:
  [0] 5aut2djgt6kdd (health.slack)
  [1] a6535j9qp4sl8 (github)
 > 1

Validating the integration a6535j9qp4sl8 (type: github)...
The integration is valid.

Debugging integrations 

When integrations run, they trigger “activities.” Activities are actions that happen on, and they get logged.

Usually these are triggered nearly instantenously on the webhook endpoint. These activities may be delayed due to the external services having latency.

Those logs are available via the CLI. In most cases they are not necessary but may be useful for debugging an integration if it is misbehaving for some reason.

There are a handful of commands available, all under the integrations section.

List all activities 

The commands platform integration:activity:list or its alias platform integration:activities will list all activities on a given project and integration.

For example, for the project for this site, the command platform integration:activity:list outputs:

$ platform integration:activities

Enter a number to choose an integration:
  [0] dxr45hfldrkoe (webhook)
  [1] n2ukd4p7qofg4 (
  [2] c4opi5tjv3yfd (github)
 > 2

Activities on the project | Docs (6b2eocegfkwwg), integration c4opi5tjv3yfd (github):
| ID            | Created                   | Description                                                 | State    | Result  |
| 6456zmdtoykxa | 2020-04-14T16:38:09-05:00 | Fetching from | complete | success |
| wcwp34yjvydgk | 2020-04-14T16:35:22-05:00 | Fetching from | complete | success |
| w2bp3oa5xbfoe | 2020-04-14T16:33:13-05:00 | Fetching from | complete | success |
| uqqvdyxmcdmsa | 2020-04-14T16:31:45-05:00 | Fetching from | complete | success |
| 7x3wefhh4fwqc | 2020-04-14T16:30:36-05:00 | Fetching from | complete | success |
| a46aah3ga65gc | 2020-04-14T16:29:46-05:00 | Fetching from | complete | success |
| r7erid2jlixgi | 2020-04-14T16:24:50-05:00 | Fetching from | complete | success |
| ieufk3vvde5oc | 2020-04-14T16:24:49-05:00 | Fetching from | complete | success |
| bc7ghg36ty4ea | 2020-04-14T15:30:17-05:00 | Fetching from | complete | success |
| 4qojtv7a6rk2w | 2020-04-14T15:27:26-05:00 | Fetching from | complete | success |

You may also specify which integration to display in the command line directly: platform integration:activities c4opi5tjv3yfd.

The ID is an internal identifier for the activity event. The Description field is an arbitrary string of text produced by the integration code. The State and Result fields indicate if the activity completed successfully, failed for some reason, or is currently in progress.

See the --help output of the command for more options.

Showing detailed information on an activity 

You can call up more detailed information on a specific activity by its ID, using the platform integration:activity:log command. It requires both the integration ID and an activity ID from the list above. It also works best with the -t option to include timestamps.

$ platform integration:activity:log c4opi5tjv3yfd 6456zmdtoykxa -t

Integration ID: ceopz5tgj3yfc
Activity ID: 6456zmdtoykxa
Type: integration.github.fetch
Description: Fetching from
Created: 2020-04-15T08:44:07-05:00
State: complete
[2020-04-15T13:44:17-05:00] Waiting for other activities to complete
[2020-04-15T13:46:07-05:00] Fetching from GitHub repository platformsh/platformsh-docs
[2020-04-15T13:46:09-05:00]   No changes since last fetch
[2020-04-15T13:46:09-05:00] Synchronizing branches
[2020-04-15T13:46:09-05:00] Synchronizing pull requests
[2020-04-15T13:46:59-05:00] W: No changes found, scheduling a retry..

That will show the full output of the activity, including timestamps. That can be especially helpful if trying to determine why an integration is not behaving as expected.

See the --help output of the command for more options.

If you omit the activity ID (the second random-seeming string), the command will default to the most recent activity recorded.