In 2007, the creation of the electron-positron collider VEPP-2000 (Fig. 1) was completed at the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the SB RAS. The VEPP-2000 collider facility consists of various subsystems, and a failure of any subsystem can lead to the incorrect operation of the complex for several hours or even days. Thus, there is a need to create software that will warn about possible malfunctions. To accomplish the task, software was developed consisting of three modules. The first performs automatic verification of compliance data obtained from the accelerator complex and rules describing the correct subsystems operation. The second module is a user-friendly web interface that displays information about the state of the complex in a convenient way. The third module acts as some intermediary between the first and the second. It processes messages arriving at the message queue and redirects them to all subscribed clients via the web socket. This article is devoted to the development of test software, that is currently running on the VEPP-2000 control panel.