Podcast: Monitor Remote WebService Response Times with CURL on WebLogic THEN auto inform 3rd Party. HOW?

| January 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Lately I wrote a blog post about monitoring remote back-end WebService performance in Oracle WebLogic Server.

Here is my previous short tutorial blog post:

http://community.wlsdm.com/topic/38/monitor-webservice-response-times-with-curl-alldetails-on-weblogic

This time I have prepared a full youtube screen cast tutorial and took this monitoring to the next level which is sending dynamic email to the remote system owners. Check below screen capture for the auto inform email.

monitoring remote webservice curl on weblogic by fevzi korkutata oracle ace

Monitoring Remote WebService with CURL on Oracle WebLogic Server (Click to Enlarge)

Dynamic Email to Inform 3rd Party Person

Dynamic Email to Inform 3rd Party Person (Click to Enlarge)

If you check the screen capture relevant remote WebService response time is asserted to the email automatically.

If you want to learn how to achieve it watch my the Youtube tutorial that I’ve prepared. Please subscribe to my youtube channel for more.

GitHub SOURCE CODE:

Available here: https://github.com/admineer/monitorRemoteWebserviceWithCURL

 

WATCH, LEARN then DO IT BY YOURSELF!

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M.Fevzi Korkutata

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M.Fevzi Korkutata: Deep level technical consultant... Oracle ACE in Middleware & SOA expertise. His specialty is large scale and mission critical live production systems and like to work as DevOps. He knows all kind of application servers and its environments. Software product development, operation management, design, implementation, integration... etc. Korkutata working as "Application and Infrastructure Architect"... Likes to work and communicate internationally, stay connected :)

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