It can be used to describe and monitor HTTP services in more detail than a simple port check.
Webservice nodes, like
service nodes, are specified under a
host node, which should be a single instance of physical
hardware that is hosting the service.
The simplest example is an unauthenticated REST service running on port 80:
Arborist::Host 'example-webserver' do address 'ws01-01.example.com' webservice 'api-v1', 'http://api.example.com/v1/heartbeat' end
This adds a
webservice child node to the containing host with
an identifier of
The simplest monitor setup to monitor that service might look something like:
# -*- ruby -*- #encoding: utf-8 require 'arborist/monitor/webservice' Arborist::Monitor::Webservice::HTTP.default
This would check that an HEAD HTTP request to
http://api.example.com/v1/heartbeat responds with a 2xx status
$ gem install arborist-webservice
After checking out the source, run:
$ rake newb
This task will install any missing dependencies, run the tests/specs, and generate the API documentation.
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