Applications Manager is an effective middleware monitoring tool that helps you track the performance of various middleware and messaging components. It identifies faults and executes automated corrective actions to resolve them promptly, thereby improving the efficiency of your applications.
With Applications Manager's middleware monitoring capabilities, you can:
Monitoring the performance of message brokers is crucial to facilitate seamless user experiences. With Applications Manager, monitor various critical message brokers such as:
Apache Active MQ: Coordinate the flow of messages between clients by tracking critical metrics such as subscriber count, memory usage, thread count, etc.
Rabbit MQ:Identify and isolate problems in your Rabbit MQ enterprise message broker by monitoring critical performance indicators that give you in depth details about nodes, queues, exchanges, etc.
IBM Websphere MQ: Optimize the performance of your Message Oriented Middleware by becoming aware of increasing queue usage, and message count. Administer your middleware configurations and avoid unexpected changes that might cause application outages.
Keep track of Microsoft middleware services Unravel the path to effortless monitoring of Microsoft middleware services. Visualize data of monitored services into useful performance statistics which can then be used by the enterprise IT team to improve application performance.
Microsoft SharePoint: Manage the applications hosted on the Sharepoint server and get visibility into Sharepoint services. Become aware of failing timer jobs and resolve issues quickly to optimize server performance.
Exchange server: Become aware of server downtime, and filling mailboxes. Keep track of various services running on the Exchange server.
MSMQ: Monitor your MSMQ middleware proactively and ensure peak performance of applications running on MSMQ.
Microsoft Lync: Ensure optimal performance of Microsoft Lync servers and avoid breaks in communication between critical business applications. Improve end user experience by keeping track of conferencing and mediation servers.
Microsoft BizTalk:Conquer orchestrations problems, identify faults and resolve errors to optimize the performance of your Microsoft BizTalk servers.
Microsoft Azure Bus: Evaluate the health and availability of the Microsoft Windows Azure Bus. Monitor pivotal metrics such as messages, queues, topics, etc.
Weblogic Integration Server: Get out-of-the-box monitoring and management of the performance of Weblogic integration servers. Track key metrics such as database connection pools, servlets, JVM memory usage, user sessions, etc.
Oracle Tuxedo:Track the transactions occurring in your application and ensure that the application does not get overloaded. Monitor responsiveness of the server and optimize application performance.
Middleware is a program or software used between an operating system and the applications running on it, primarily to provide additional capabilities. In enterprise environments, it is widely used as a communication platform for distributed applications.
You can track middleware performance with a proactive tool like Applications Manger that provides real-time performance data about the health and availability of the middleware server. It can also identify issues and helps discover root cause of the same thereby reducing MTTR. Download now.
Applications Manager's middleware monitoring feature can help you: