The Citrus project sources are now available on GitHub for public checkout. You can clone/fork the Citrus project via Git and build your own version on your local machine. Visit the Citrus project site on GitHub for more details.
In larger projects usually a team of testers is working on Citrus integration tests. This means that we need to localize the citrus.properties for testing on different machines, as each tester executes test cases with individual environment settings. In this post I’d like to share an easy way to localize the Citrus settings with Maven.
We put a further Citrtus 1.1-SNAPSHOT version online (see http://www.citrusframework.org).
Test cases in Citrus are usually provided with some meta information like the author’s name or the date of creation. This post shows how to extend on this to include your very specific meta data on your own.
The first developer version jmx4perl 0.55_1 with OSGi support has been pushed to CPAN.
Jmx4perl 0.51 has been released.
Once you have written Citrus integration tests it would be nice to also use these test scenarios for performance testing. In a recent project we accomplished basic performance tests just using some out-of-the-box features in TestNG. In this post I would like to share a simple example with you regarding performance testing in Citrus.
Glassfish Enterprise Server v3 has been released yesterday and it brings some exciting news related to monitoring. Here are some links to the new monitoring features of v3.
In its standalone mode, Mule provides a simple to use interface for custom agents to plug in. This blog post is about the new jmx4perl mule agent which can be used with
jmx4perl and the Nagios check
Das neueste Release von check_hpasm ermittelt jetzt nicht mehr nur den globalen Status der cpqRack-MIB eines BladeCenters, sondern liest die wichtigsten Tabellen detailliert aus. Aufgerufen mit -v liefert check_hpasm eine Übersicht der verbauten Komponenten samt deren Status. Und so sieht das dann aus: