The Tutorial “Docker based E2E application monitoring with Xfce UI and OMD Labs” describes how to:

  • Implement a complete containerized end-to-end monitoring environment
  • Testing HTML content
  • Testing native UI content
  • Setting up a monitoring with OMD Labs:
    • Grafana graphs about the performance times (end user perspective)
    • Alerts on errors with screenshots
  • Continuous execution of the test suite in a loop

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Author:Tobias Schneck
Tags:sakuli, docker, omd, end2end, testautomation, javascript, grafana
Categories:development, monitoring

About three or four years ago I had the first contact with AngularJs (obviously V1.x) and what should I say? I loved it! It perfectly added the missing piece that JQuery wasnt able to solve: Bind data to the Dom in an easy way. Since this days there where a lot of evolution in Javascriptland. A lot of new Frameworks for entire SPAs, new techniques like functional and reactive programming, a lot (!) of build systems / task manager and even the language itself developed towards an serious programming language (I know some people have a different opinion). At least with the power of Typescript (or Flow) Javascript projects doenst have to be a Pain. Angular2+ took many of the the mordern aspects to provide a good and productive developer experience to develop application in time, quality and budget. Dont get me wrong: They made a very good job! But I have personally some concerns which I want to point out in this post.


Author:Tim Keiner
Tags:javascript, angular, angular2

Starting with release 0.82, Jolokia contains now a brand new Javascript client library. This blog post highlights the main features and gives some usage examples.


Author:Roland Huß
Tags:javascript, jmx, Jolokia
Monitoring-Workshop 2017 12./13.9. Düsseldorf