Service Virtualization monitor

This section explains how to use the Service Virtualization monitor.

About Service Virtualization monitoring

The Service Virtualization monitor graph shows the Service Virtualization resources measured during the test run. Micro Focus's Service Virtualization uses simulated services during your test run instead of loading actual services. The Service Virtualization monitor also supports measuring simulated services running on Linux.

For detailed information on the performance counters that Service Virtualization can monitor, refer to the Service Virtualization Help Center.

Tip: You can also monitor virtual service behavior using the Run-Time monitor graphs. For details, see Operations graph, Services graph, and Run-Time monitor.

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Set up the Service Virtualization monitor

This task describes how to configure the Service Virtualization monitor.

  1. From the LoadRunner Enterprise navigation toolbar, click and select Monitors (under Assets).

  2. In the test resource tree, select an existing monitor profile, or click New Monitor Profile and create a new monitor profile.

  3. In the Monitor Profile page, click Add Monitor and select Service Virtualization.

  4. In the Add New Monitor page, enter the server details:

    UI Elements

    Description

    Server

    The Service Virtualization server name.

    Port

    The Service Virtualization port.

    Default: 8888

    Use HTTPS

    Specify if you are using a secure HTTP connection.

  5. Click Get Counters to display a list of available metrics and counters per metric from the selected Service Virtualization application. Select the relevant measurements that you want to monitor.

    For a description of the performance counters that Service Virtualization can monitor, refer to Performance Monitoring in the Service Virtualization Help Center.

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