We are looking to use some tools for Weblogic monitoring, specifically, the no of active processes, stuck threads, DB connections, memory utilization etc
The end requirement is to be able to send alerts (emails/pagers) in case of issues (e.g. heap size reaches 80% of allocated size, number of connections reach 75% of the max allowed connections etc...)
Can any one suggest some tool which wont impact production enviroment if it is used while the system is in used by users. Alerts is very imp for us
B S Reddy
- Weblogic Monitoring by Srin Reddy on April 28 2005 00:37 EDT
- You can use JMX by Dmitri Maximovich on May 20 2005 09:50 EDT
- WebLogic Monitoring Tools by Cameron Tuesley on November 24 2005 02:13 EST
- Re: Weblogic Monitoring by Charlie Weiblen on March 25 2007 20:29 EDT
- WebLogic and Java Monitoring by Thomas Mills on August 27 2010 12:59 EDT
Waiting for the responses??????
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You might want to look at AdventNet ManageEngine Applications Manager. It is quite robust & They give a free edition too..
Thanks n Regards,
You can get most (if not all) information you've listed from Weblogic JMX beans. Either poll for information change or may be it's even possible to define your own listeners. See examples in documentation on dev2dev.bea.com
Integral produces a monitoring solution for BEA WebLogic and Tuxedo called Isis v2. Isis can monitor the attributes that you are interested in and also trigger alerts based on unusual WebLogic behaviour.
There are a series of built in actions (like sending emails etc) that are triggered when an alert is raised and we also support an extendible action framework so you can add your own actions when alerts are triggered.
You can download an evaluation copy of the product from here
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If configured correctly, you can use jconsole. See this article on PerformanceEngineer.com http://www.performanceengineer.com/monitoring/monitoring-weblogic-using-jmx-2.html If you need alerts, you can use SiteScope, which is a relatively inexpensive option
Please look at the eG Enterprise solution - in particular the WebLogic and Java Monitoring Solutions: