Accessing DMS Metrics via MBeans in Fusion Middleware 12c by Markus Lohn

Posted: August 16, 2015 in WebLogic
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clip_image002DMS means Oracle Dynamic Monitoring Service and it is an integral part of Fusion Middleware to collect performance data. Every Oracle Fusion Middleware component uses DMS for this important task. Oracle Enterprise Manager provides a comprehend view about performance data for WebLogic Server and any other Fusion Middleware components, like SOA Suite etc, based on DMS. The performance data from DMS can also be retrieved by a standard JMX interface through MBeans. A possible use case can be the automation of performance tests and reporting. The performance data can be retrieved to generated reports about a rest run. It is also possible to integrate DMS in your own application with an available Java API. But this will be shown in another blog post.

This blog post will explain how to access the DMS MBeans to get access to performance data. As example the performance metrics for SOA Suite composite’s will be used. But first two possibilities will be introduced to display performance data from DMS. This helps to identify the right DMS metrics for the corresponding use case.

DMS Spy Servlet

DMS Spy is a simple graphical interface to display DMS metrics. It gives an overview about all available DMS metrics currently available. Use the following URL to access DMS Spy Servlet Read the complete article here.

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