Cisco Spark Open Source Starter Kits are a collection of community created Open Source Bots and Integrations. Designed to be a kickstarter to meet the requirements of complex enterprise software configurations and satisfy data storage and transmission considerations.
Contributions to this collection are provided as a reference implementation which will provide a solid set of functionality that works with most default configurations of the respective application.
Each Starter Kit has been made available under an Open Source license (typically MIT License) allowing you to take the reference implementation of the Bot/Integration and customise freely to your needs.
Many enterprises have strict InfoSec requirements around data storage and transmission. To address this, all Starter Kits in this collection can be deployed in your preferred Cloud and every repository contains a precomposed Dockerfile, along with a Deploy to Heroku button allowing you to spin up a Starter Kit on Heroku in just a few clicks.
There is a Cisco Spark Space dedicated to this project which you can join via the Spark Ambassador team or via clicking this link
Starter Kits by Application
ChatOps that bridges Meraki, Umbrella and Cisco Spark
Doorman is a bot that can manage invitations to a private space. Invite him to a space and he’ll give you a URL that you can give to people who might want to join. Add the URL to a forum, email chain, Twitter, or whatever.
Inquire helps you ask questions and get answers. It was created to address the forum style nature of business messaging channels. It tracks all questions asked and allows peers to answer. It also contains a frontend where you can view a curated FAQ list.
Create, list, assign and update JIRA tickets directly from Cisco Spark.
RoomRequest is a Cisco Spark bot created to help users find and book available conferences rooms.
Create, View and Receive Alerts from Salesforce inside of Cisco Spark
Create, View and Update Service Now directly from Cisco Spark