How can Alyvix Server help you day to day? Alyvix Server helps you manage multiple Alyvix robots across your RDP sessions, schedules and launches your test cases, provides a RESTful API for collecting measurement data, and delivers human-readable reports that certify your application's performance. This article showcases each of these capabilities as we configure an existing Alyvix CRM test case for Microsoft's Dynamics 365 CRM, integrate the measurement data into a monitoring system, and explore the resulting time series visualizations, which can provide you with both diagnostics and decision support.
Can we use Alyvix to build a user-centric visual monitoring test case for Microsoft's Dynamics 365 CRM? Of course we can! Below we'll see how to create a runnable test case for the Sales Hub module, how to use Alyvix Robot to run it repeatedly, and how to interpret the measurements it produces.
If your company has a lot of resources invested in business processes like those on SAP platforms, then downtime and slowdowns will waste those resources, whether it's money or your employees' time. Alyvix can regularly check that web apps like SAP Solution Manager are always working, so that everything runs smoothly. Let's see how we can build an Alyvix test case that runs through the Work Items task interface in SAP's Solution Manager so we can monitor it visually.
Automation means a lot of things to a lot of people. At the application level, the two most important uses of automation are for getting more work done, and for checking that applications are available and working properly 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) focuses on this first task, while the visual monitoring solution embodied in Alyvix is suited for the second. In this blog post we'll take a look at RPA, and see how it compares to visual monitoring.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 is important for utilizing business services used by many companies, even for managing typically satellite operations like warehouse management. As a user-centered set of applications, the performance of all AX modules from a user perspective is vital because of the wide array of employees whose jobs are impaired when it's not available and responsive.
In this blog post we show how to build a test case for Microsoft Dynamics AX that checks performance in the Warehouse Management module by building and using an advanced filter that retrieves values from the command line as part of its filter conditions. A related video in the Alyvix YouTube channel gives detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to construct the test case described here.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 plays an important role in the business activities of many companies. As a user-centered application, its performance from a user perspective is vital because of the many and wide-ranging types of employees who can't get their jobs done when it's not available and responsive.
We show how to build a test case to inspect and measure two common tasks within AX, filtering and detail inquiry, inside AX's Business Ledger. A related video in our YouTube channel gives detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to construct the test case described here.