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]

Adhoc Monitoring with Scripting-Client in GlassFish v3

Adhoc monitoring is a powerful feature which will allow the user to monitor the parts of App Server at a very granular level. Scripting-Client and DTrace are the new monitoring features which would allow the Adhoc monitoring of GlassFish v3. In this blog I am going to go over the Scripting-Client feature of Monitoring in GlassFish v3. We will see how to write a simple javascript to see how many requests are received for a given App. And later in this blog we will see more advanced functionality where you can even see how much time to serve an HTTP request.[Read More]

Wednesday Dec 09, 2009

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]

Friday Aug 21, 2009

Monitoring in GlassFish v3

Monitoring in GlassFish v3 has taken a huge leap when compared to the earlier versions. We provide a way to dynamically and non-intrusively generate monitoring events from any of the glassfish runtime classes, the ability to listen to these events, collect the statistics and expose these statistics through various standard clients.[Read More]
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