NeoLoad GlassFish monitoring module allows you to monitor remotely GlassFish or Sun Java System Application Server during load tests, resulting in a speedier diagnosis of performance slowdowns.
- Preconfigured Monitoring: Each module ships pre-configured with the performance counters tailored to your system.
- Threshold Alerts: NeoLoad provides threshold values –derived from industry best practices- to raise the appropriate alerts.
- Agentless Monitoring: The design of our monitoring modules, based on industry standards, ensures non-intrusive remote monitoring.
- Real Time: The counter values and the threshold alerts are available as soon as the test is run.
- Import: Import data from external monitoring tools.
Note: All the modules are included with the free edition.
With GlassFish monitor, NeoLoad listens all of your GlassFish (since 2.0.x) or Sun Java System Application Server criticial counters, including:
- Sessions. Data counters for this category contain usage information for HTTP sessions. Examples include the total number of accessed sessions and the average number of concurrently active HTTP sessions.
- Cache. This section allows the user to monitor the cache for each application.
- RequestProcessor. Provides management information on the processed requests.
- EJB. This section allows the user to monitor all instances, transactions and cache counters for each EAR deployed on this server, and for each EJB contained therein.
- JDBC Connection Pool. This section allows the user to monitor the JDBC connection pool counters. The counters are available for each server or connection pool.
- JMS. This section allows the user to monitor the JMS runtime counters for each server instance.
- Transaction Service. Monitors transactions for the whole server including committed et rolled-back ones.
- Thread Pools. Monitors thread pool information for the WebLogic Server.
- JVM. This section allows the user to collect information for each server on the Java Virtual Machine including counters related to the garbage collector. The Java Virtual Machine has a heap that is the runtime data area from which memory for all class instances and arrays are allocated. It is created at the Java Virtual Machine start-up. Heap memory for objects is reclaimed by an automatic memory management system which is known as a garbage collector. The heap may be of a fixed size or may be expanded and shrunk.
- Description. Information on the application server configuration.
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