The Keptn Bridge provides now an additional page with information about integrations. This makes it easier to start using Keptn and also shows custom integrations.
This page also has a dynamic page content, which is loaded from https://get.keptn.sh/integrations.html when the user clicks the “Load more information about integrations”-Button. This page is stored in an S3 bucket on AWS. The AWS account is owned by the maintainer of the Keptn project, Dynatrace. The S3 bucket is configured in a way that each request is logged into another S3 bucket.
When loading the external page, the request of the file contains personally identifying information:
The request is logged in the format shown here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonCloudFront/latest/DeveloperGuide/AccessLogs.html
All the information collected by the maintainer of the Keptn project will be handled in accordance with GDPR legislation and there is no disclosure of personally-identifying information. To not disclose personal information, the IP address in the log entries is exchanged by its hash value.
The maintainer of the Keptn project collects the above-mentioned data for:
Before processing the collected data, any personally-identifying information is exchanged by hash values. This builds the foundation to not disclose personally-identifying information in any statistics.