Tyler Fullerton

Tyler has worked with Neustar's Performance Management Platforms (WPM, WM, FMLT) for over 10 years. He has extensive experience developing Selenium & VU scripts as well as Intelligent Alert policies. He has also developed a number of libraries (in Python & Perl) to interact with WM & WPM's APIs.

Tyler's Articles

Reusable Code in Your Selenium Scripts

May 19th, 2015

There are two ways that you can (currently) incorporate reusable code into your scripts. The first is by using the File object to store your JavaScript and then read the file content into a variable and use eval() on the variable. The second approach is to use the CSVTable object to store predefined functions and their parameter lists and then import them into strings and finally create Function objects out of them. Read Full Article


Client Library for Web Performance Management API

April 22nd, 2015

The Neustar Web Performance Management platform has a very robust API. If you haven't checked it out yet I highly recommend it, with it you can perform: instant tests, manage monitoring services and load tests, create maintenance windows, and interact with your RUM beacons and data. Read Full Article


Using the WPM Bulk Service Creation & Deletion Tool

December 31st, 2014

Often times I am tasked with configuring services and accounts on the Web Performance Management (WPM) platform to support Proof of Concepts (POC) for prospective customers. Sometimes this can be very easy, setting up a couple scripts and monitoring services while other times it can be quite complex. Read Full Article