This demo simulates status reporting from five remote systems installed at different locations. Every system sends an e-mail message with its current status to our server. The server automatically processes the incoming messages, archives them and builds a graphical representation of the data.
Current systems' status:
|System 1 -||  100|
|System 2 -||  36|
|System 3 -||  23|
|System 4 -||  18|
|System 5 -||  44|
To simulate a remote system status report send an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The message body should contain the following:
system n status
system n error
where n is the system number (from 1 to 5), and status is the system status (from 0 to 100, may represent system's current performance level).
Example: the status of system number 4 is 75. Send:
system 4 75
There was an error in system number 2. Send:
system 2 error
The subject of the message can contain any miscellaneous information.
After the message is received by the server, the status is updated and reflects the current systems' status.
To see the updated status, click the "Reload" button of your browser.