10. 02. 2010 Patrick Zambelli NetEye, Web 2.0 Monitoring

NetEye releases configuration tool for web service monitoring based on webinject

A new web configuration has been integrated into NetEye for effective monitoring of web services.

The test engine is based on the open webinject project and aims to simplify the creation and configuration of xml – formatted test scenarios for the webinject test engine.

The webinterface makes part of the NetEye configurationTool, but the module of webinject has been extracted to simplify its distribution and use for other purposes for the comunity. The license of the configurationTool is the GPL v3.

You can download the configuration module here: webinject_configuration_1_0

An applications documentation and sample configuration can be seen here: neteye_implementation_webinject doku

Make sure to configure in ./webinject_conf/includes/config.php.inc.

  • xmlPath: where the webinject .xml files are stored ( r/w access required)
  • webinjectExecPath and webinjectTestrunPath: a temporary folder where a copy of the webinject.pl is stored ( or fetched from the $xmlPath) and the testruns are performed for debugging.

Patrick Zambelli

Patrick Zambelli

Product Manager at Würth Phoenix
After my graduation in Applied Computer Science at the Free University of Bolzano I decided to start my professional career outside the province. With a bit of good timing and good luck I went into the booming IT-Dept. of Geox in the shoe district of Montebelluna, where I realized how a big IT infrastructure has to grow and adapt to quickly changing requirements. During this experience I had also the nice possibility to travel the world, while setting up the various production and retail areas of this company. Arrived at Würth Phoenix I started developing on our monitoring solution NetEye. Today, in my position as Product Manager, I aim to continuously improve our solutions and to adapt them to actual market requirements.

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Patrick Zambelli

After my graduation in Applied Computer Science at the Free University of Bolzano I decided to start my professional career outside the province. With a bit of good timing and good luck I went into the booming IT-Dept. of Geox in the shoe district of Montebelluna, where I realized how a big IT infrastructure has to grow and adapt to quickly changing requirements. During this experience I had also the nice possibility to travel the world, while setting up the various production and retail areas of this company. Arrived at Würth Phoenix I started developing on our monitoring solution NetEye. Today, in my position as Product Manager, I aim to continuously improve our solutions and to adapt them to actual market requirements.

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