An AppDynamics extension that monitors the SSL certificates for configurable domains and should be used with a stand alone Java Machine Agent.
Please make sure that the machine has OpenSSL installed. Windows users can download it from https://www.openssl.org/related/binaries.html There is a bug in the windows openssl where in the command execution hangs. Please download Cygwin's openssl on Windows.
Note : Please make sure to not use tab (\t) while editing yaml files. You may want to validate the yaml file using a yaml validator http://yamllint.com/
1. Configure the domains by editing the config.yml file in
#This will create this metric in all the tiers, under this path metricPrefix: "Custom Metrics|SslCertificate" #This will create it in specific Tier. Replace
#metricPrefix: Server|Component: |Custom Metrics|SslCertificate domains: - domain: "www.google.com" port: 443 displayName: "Google" - domain: "www.ebay.com" port: 443 displayName: "eBay" - domain: "www.amazon.com" port: 443 displayName: "amazon" # Point to .sh for unix based and .bat for windows. # Incase if you are using Cygwin's openssl, please make sure to change the openssl.bat to point to Cygwin's openssl. # For eg. echo | C:\Cygwin64\bin\openssl s_client -connect %1:%2 2> null | C:\Cygwin64\bin\openssl x509 -noout -enddate cmdFile: "monitors/SslCertificateMonitor/cmd/openssl.sh" #cmdFile: "monitors\\SslCertificateMonitor\\cmd\\openssl.bat" #### Configurations below this need not be changed.### # number of concurrent tasks numberOfThreads: 10 #timeout for the thread threadTimeout: 5
2. Configure the path to the config.yml file by editing the in the monitor.xml file in the
<MACHINE_AGENT_HOME>/monitors/SslCertificateMonitor/ directory. You can also change the frequency at which the MachineAgent calls the extension by changing the <execution-frequency-in-seconds> in monitor.xml.
3. If needed, configure the openssl command in the cmdFile pointed by config.yml.
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