Client side health and up-time monitoring tool with Selenium Webdriver(Synthetic Monitoring)
Application monitoring is the essential part for a heathy application. In the present scenario most of the applications are inclining towards cloud infrastructure. A reliable application has a deep desire to achieve 100% up-time. Tools like NewRelic , AppNeta , AppDynamics are great for server side monitoring.
But most of the time we ignore client side application heath check. This session is dedicated to the requirement and fixing of Client side application monitoring. There are very less tools available in market for Client side monitoring which can run 24X7 in the production web application and report an issue without any manual interference’.
To achieve client side monitoring I developed a Monitoring tool using Java Spring, AngularJS, MongoDB as a dashboard tool which is in continuous work from more than 1 year.
This tool shows real-time status of the different panels of the application. Any time if a panel goes down due to any back-end or front-end failure an email triggers with the application screenshot and a proper error message. This dashboard is monitoring application 24X7 and capable enough to calculate up-time of individual web panel and complete application.
Here Selenium Webdriver crawls the production application and gather browser network tab information and submit it to the dashboard.
Outline/Structure of the Demonstration
- What is Application monitoring? [3 min]
- Type of Application monitoring - Server side and Client side [3 min]
- Deep understanding about Client side/Synthetic Monitoring [6 min]
- Existing Client side/Synthetic monitoring tools to monitor web application [3 min]
- Use of Selenium Webdriver in Synthetic monitoring tool [5 min]
- Knowledge sharing to create your own customized Synthetic monitoring tool for production application using Selenium Webdriver, AngularJS, Java Spring [5 min]
- Make a web dashboard for reporting any issue [4 min]
- Make the tool event driven to take appropriate action for any unwanted client side issue [3 min]
- Demo of the tool which is already up and running for past 1 year for Client side monitoring and measuring Up time of production web application [8 min]
- Q&A [5 min]
- Understanding of Client side/ Synthetic Monitoring of an application and its importance.
- Attendees can learn tool development ideas over Selenium Webdriver.
- Attendees will have more clarity that selenium is not limited to a testing tool only and they can utilize it to create tools like Application Health Check Monitor etc. as well.
Testers, Developers, Devops ,Application Monitoring Teams,Technology Manager
Prerequisites for Attendees
Anyone who has basic understanding of Selenium Webdriver , Web Application life cycle can attend this session.
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