Monitoring stories

improving IT service quality

With larger software suites and web applications like SalesForce, you might tend to create two types of user-centric monitoring checks: shallow, panoramic test cases to make sure a large number of modules are working at a basic level, and then one or more deep, highly specific test cases to be sure a particular module is working across a range of its functionalities. This article shows you how to create a deep check, using SalesForce Cloud Edition as an example.

You use SalesForce Cloud Edition. Or maybe, you have a number of employees who use it. Then you'll want to make sure that they aren't losing time because of network problems or hardware bottlenecks. In this article I'll show you the basic steps you'll need to integrate Alyvix, Alyvix Server, and a monitoring system to both warn you in case of problems, and to visualize historical data for trend analysis or to save resources.

With larger software suites and web applications like SalesForce, you might tend to create two types of user-centric monitoring checks: shallow, panoramic test cases to make sure a large number of modules are working at a basic level, and then one or more deep, highly specific test cases to be sure a particular module is working across a range of its functionalities. This article shows you how to create a deep check, using SalesForce Cloud Edition as an example.