Thursday Dec 10, 2009

Top Ten features of Monitoring

This blog will go over the Top Ten Monitoring features that you would be interested in GlassFish v3.[Read More]

Wednesday Dec 09, 2009

Advanced monitoring in GlassFish v3

An important feature of Monitoring is that you can write your probes (events) in any component and be able to listen to them in any other component. The component can be a container, module or even a user Application. I will use a sample WebApp which is an enhanced version (Thanks to Byron) of what we used for my ealier blog on "Making your Application monitorable in GlassFish v3" I am going to show you how to write an App which will not only collect the monitoring data for the requests that are coming in, but would also listen to the events from HTTP Service component and will determine the (average) time taken to serve each of these requests to the App.[Read More]

Making your Application monitorable in GlassFish v3

Monitoring in GlassFish V3 is lightweight, easy to use, pluggable, extensible, more granular and comes with multi-client support. Monitoring is also possible by writing Adhoc scripts using the DTrace and Scripting-client features. Its very evident that Monitoring in V3 will be a great value-add for GlassFish users and is a clear differentiator as far as the competition is concerned. This blog will talk about making a user app monitorable by using the Pluggable and Lightweight Monitoring Infrastructure, and how easily it will expose your probes and statistics to various clients.[Read More]

Thursday Oct 04, 2007

N1 Service Provisioning System's Application Server Plugin

My earlier blog gave an overview with some scenarios about the Application Server Plugin for N1 Service Provisioning System. Here we will deep dive to see more about the Application Server Plugin.[Read More]

Sunday Sep 16, 2007

Provisioning GlassFish V2 with N1SPS (Part 2) - Automation

In my previous blog I discussed about how to provision the GlassFish V2 Application Server with the Application Server Plugin 6.0 for N1 Service Provisioning System (N1SPS). Here we will see how to use the N1SPS Command Line Interface (CLI) to automate the Application Server Plugin (AS Plugin) tasks.[Read More]

Provisioning GlassFish V2 with N1SPS

No matter how many efforts the team has put into making managing GlassFish v2 deployments easier, there will always be a point where some users (service providers or anyone else doing massive deployments) would like some extra help. This is where the N1 Service Provisioning System comes to the rescue. The idea is to help manage hundreds of hosts spread across many geographic locations by provisioning the software - describing it once, deploying it many times. Installing the bits, configuring the product (creating resources), and deploying applications to it can all be taken care of by N1 SPS. This same product can provision just about anything else your architecture requires - database, web servers, etc... This blog gives an overview of N1 Service Provisioning System (N1SPS) Plugin (version 6.0) for Sun Java System Application Server (Productized version of GlassFish V2). This has detailed instructions with some scenarios on how the Application Server plugin works.[Read More]
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