Applications Manager provides in depth monitoring of web applications, be it a CRM application, banking / finance application or any business critical application. Applications Manager can also help monitor the underlying infrastructure which may consist of application servers, databases, systems, mail servers and other Java/J2EE Applications.
Through the application monitoring feature you can ensure the health and availability of your application servers through Microsoft .NET Monitoring, Oracle Application Server Monitoring, JBoss Monitoring, Tomcat Monitoring, WebLogic Monitoring, and WebSphere Monitoring. Out-of-the-box support for databases through Oracle Monitoring, SQL Server Monitoring, MySQL Monitoring, DB2 Monitoring is also present.
"The Applications Manager tool has assisted our small team of solution providers to monitor our applications independently of the multitude of other services offered within our corporate network. Setting up our monitors has been a relatively easy process, and where we got stuck we have benefited from the support provided by the local partner in South Africa (ONSoft) and your ManageEngine support team. The additional functionality offered by SLA manager will assist us to validate system availability to our internal customers."Tim Jobson
Applications Manager enables high performance business service management by detecting and diagnosing problems of application servers and their services faster. Application Server monitoring includes support for the following application servers:
|JBoss Monitoring||Tomcat Monitoring|
Versions: 3.2.x, 4.0.x
JBoss is one of the most popular and fully compliant open source J2EE application server. Applications Manager helps you in monitoring performance, availability, and usage statistics for JBoss Servers. JBoss servers are monitored based on the attributes such as JVM heap Usage, Response time, etc. and the different web applications and EJBs deployed in the server.More >>
Versions: 3.x, 4.x, 5.x
Tomcat, a leading servlet engine from the Apache Software Foundation is one of the most popular open source projects. Applications Manager helps you in monitoring performance, availability, and usage statistics for Tomcat Servers.
Gather details of the Tomcat Server parameters such as JVM, Web Applications details, EJBs, Servlets, Thread Pools, database connection pools, etc.More >>
|WebLogic Monitoring||WebSphere Monitoring|
WebLogic Versions: 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x
Applications Manager helps in managing BEA WebLogic Servers.
Gather insight into WebLogic server parameters such as JVM, Web Applications details, EJBs, servlets, thread pools, database connection pools, etc.More >>
Versions: 5.x, 6.x
Applications Manager helps in managing IBM WebSphere servers.
Gather performance data of WebSphere Server parameters such as JVM, Web Applications details , EJBs, Servlets, Thread Pools, database connection pools, etc.
|SilverStream Monitoring||GlassFish Monitoring|
Applications Manager helps in monitoring SilverStream Servers.
Gather insight into SilverStream server parameters such as thread pools, Response times, Memory, Load details, etc.More >>
Applications Manager helps in managing GlassFish Application Servers.
Gather performance data of GlassFish Server parameters such as Session details, Memory, Thread details, etc.More >>
|Microsoft .NET Monitoring||Oracle Application Server Monitoring|
Applications Manager, a tool for monitoring the performance and availability of Microsoft .NET.
Gather insight into Microsoft .NET parameters such as memory, thread pools, locks, exceptions, connections, etc.More >>
Applications Manager, a tool for monitoring the performance and availability of Oracle Application Server
Gather insight into Oracle Application Server parameters such as OPMN Process Memory Stats, EJB Stats etc.More >>
By monitoring your application servers, ensure that your applications are performing well and are available all the time. This includes the monitoring of EJBs, JSPs, Servlets, JTA, JNDI, JDBC, etc. Current and historical performance data can be viewed through comprehensive graphs and reports. Root cause analysis helps in drilling down to the problem areas and fixing them before they affect end users.
For more information, refer Application Server Monitoring Online Help.