The term WebSphere monitoring refers to different tools and approaches that help monitor the performance of web and application servers. Fundamentally, it means gathering machine and infrastructure-level metrics like CPU utilization, throughput, memory usage and Disk I/O.
WebSphere Server Benefits
Monitor Business Transactions
AppDynamics discerns and monitors application code running on WebSphere automatically and gives high level view into the way it performs through the JVM in production.
Real-Time Alerting for WebSphere
AppDynamics offers dynamic SLA base-lining and pro-active alerting of performance issues as they emerge. This gives an early warning to application and production support teams to take appropriate steps before the end users face any issues and the service levels start to breach.
Out Of Memory Exception and Memory Leaks
AppDynamics checks WebSphere Server memory that gives the user high level view of utilization of key memory pools, heap usage and garbage collection over-time.
Discover and Solve Memory Leaks in WebSphere Server
AppDynamics auto-tracks memory leaks in the WebSphere Server and its JVM and finds, with minimal user analysis, the root cause within minutes.
Detect Thrown Exceptions
AppDynamics gathers and reports all application run-time thrown exceptions inside WebSphere Server.
Monitor Key WebSphere Server Metrics
JVM Memory and Heap Usage
Average Response Time
EJB (Enterprise Java Bean)Pool Statistics
Servlet Session Counts
Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) Connection Pool Statistics
Custom MBeans attributes via JMX
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AppDynamics provides for application servers with Java equal to or greater than 1.5 and all JVMsd Java profiling capabilities. This provides you greater visibility into your application like other free Java profilers.
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