hi, are <flyte notifications> only supported for A...
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g
hi, are flyte notifications only supported for AWS deployments? would it work on Google Cloud?
y
flyte uses the gizmo library
should work yeah
let us know if you run into any problems
d
Per the docs -
This is only supported for Flyte instances running on AWS.
Is this where your concern came from @Greg Dungca? Maybe we should update the docs - do you mind filing an issue? [flyte-docs]
g
@Yee great, thanks I'll give it a spin
@Dan Rammer (hamersaw) yes exactly. I don't mind at all, I'll go ahead and file one
m
@Greg Dungca were you able to setup notifications on GCP?
Hi, I am trying to setup notification on GCP Is it mandatory to have
sendgrid
setup as emailer for it to work ?
y
no, you should be able to use the gcp emailer, though I don’t have personal experience.
we just picked it because SES was hard to set up, and we had a little bit of issue getting it past spam filters.
also our notifications volume was very low, but we’ve definitely used SES (amazon’s emailer) before.
m
I have tried giving configs similar to aws for gcp, but it didn't seems working. Also this code is making me believe that its bound to be sendgrid if not aws
y
can you resend the link to the code? it’s not working for me
m
@Yee >> new link
y
oh
i see
do you think you could contribute this?
m
@Yee let me first see if there is something similar to aws SES in GCP or what can be the best alternate otherwise. Also I will check on my bandwidth and get back
For now we can conclude that for any GCP user sendgrid is the only way right?
y
it looks like it yeah sorry, but again should be simple to add gcp one
m
Yeah, given the structure it followed for aws it looks straight forward. Let me look into it
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