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Closing the door on application performance issues

These are the questions asked during closing the door on application performance issues training.

FAQ's

  • How to understand Java thread usage at thread layer? You can understand Java thread usage at thread layer by monitoring your JBoss environment and the underlying JVM threads.For further information, refer:
    https://www.manageengine.com/products/applications_manager/java-runtime-monitoring.html
  • How can one measure the increase in Java thread stack? You can monitor the Java threads in Applications Manager using our Java runtime monitoring feature:
    https://www.manageengine.com/products/applications_manager/java-runtime-monitoring.html
  • Is it possible to review memory usage at the Java Threads level? You can review memory usage at Java thread level using our "Thread Dump" option available in Java runtime monitor.
  • Is APM Insight only for web based applications? Is it possible to monitor lotus note applications with it?APM Insight can be used for monitoring core .Net, Java, and Ruby on rails applications. You can monitor lotus note applications with our mailer server monitor. For further details, refer: http://help.appmanager.com/mail-servers
  • Can end user monitor be used for monitoring Java applications at remote locations? As of now you can track web applications, ping, mail servers, DNS servers, and LDAP servers using end user monitor. Using our enterprise edition, you can install managed servers to check Java connectivity from remote locations.
  • How does the end user monitoring function work in the enterprise edition of Applications Manager? Applications Manager enterprise edition provides distributed monitoring. With this edition, you can install managed servers in remote locations from which you want to check the connectivity of your Java applications and then add Java Runtime Monitor or JMX application monitor. If you add a JMX application monitor, you will be able to add your custom JMX MBeans or invoke MBean operations. For information about Java Runtime Monitor, refer:http://help.appmanager.com/java-runtime-monitors.
  • What is the CPU utilization of the agents? The CPU utilization of the agents will vary based on the number of transactions. The CPU usage will be approximately 2-5% of the overall CPU consumed by the application.

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