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Semantic monitoring

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TRIAL?
Development teams typically produce tests that specify and validate application behavior, but stop running them once the application goes into production. This is a missed opportunity. Semantic monitoring uses your tests to continuously evaluate your application, combining test-execution and realtime monitoring. With microservices, and similar fine-grained architectural approaches, it is increasingly important to test their interaction at run-time. Incorporating the validation of consumer-driven contracts into a monitoring facility is one way to approach this. While still evolving, we see great promise in the merging of two separate but important verification schemes.

History for Semantic monitoring

May 2013
Trial?
Development teams typically produce tests that specify and validate application behavior, but stop running them once the application goes into production. This is a missed opportunity. Semantic monitoring uses your tests to continuously evaluate your application, combining test-execution and realtime monitoring. With microservices, and similar fine-grained architectural approaches, it is increasingly important to test their interaction at run-time. Incorporating the validation of consumer-driven contracts into a monitoring facility is one way to approach this. While still evolving, we see great promise in the merging of two separate but important verification schemes.
Oct 2012
Trial?