We have FUSE ESB services to monitor individually with Blame point tracers...So how can this be achieved?
Do we have any kind of Power pack for that?
Does it use Java? If so, then we should be able to run an agent within the container and expose the MBean metrics.
If we can't be inside the container, but access to the MBean server, then we can remotely poll server using a remote agent.
Yes it uses Java..How this can be achieved please tell me in detail...
You are going to need to research how FUSE process starts and how you can alter the startup parameters.
Then you will need to determine if it uses a particular vendor's container or just straight Java. That will determine what Java agent you will deploy.
You will also want to read any reference materials about its MBean server implementation what are the best ones to monitor for performance.
Thanks very much for the reply...
Looks like a tough job though...lets see how I can do this.
I tried to find out the reference materials to monitor Mbeans, but did not found any,
If you have any links or reference material on monitoring Mbeans then do share.
Will the "WebServiceAddon-July14.zip" will help me to get Blame Point metrics for each FUSE ESB services?
I discussed this with my Account Manager, he wants to know the exact name of the Feild pack to ask CA team.
Also we would like to have a trial pack to check if the feild pack does suit our requirement or not.
Our requirement is to monitor each webservice of FUSE ESB with 5 Blame point tracers.
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