Native WebLogic Monitoring WLSDM

Posted: August 17, 2015 in WebLogic
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clip_image002WLSDM is an enterprise “WebLogic console extension” which enables monitoring for WebLogic JMX MBean metrics and all the WebLogic domain assets (Health, Servers, Applications, Data Sources, JMS… etc.). It is very easy to create alarm and notification definitions by using WLSDM metric browser. WLSDM can store any WebLogic metric values historically and also can generate graphical reports.

Key features

 Deploy just in minutes with zero configuration: Agentless monitoring

 Configure WebLogic domain monitoring by using WLSDM setup wizard

 Responsive user interface: Creating unlimited dasbhoards and charts

 Responsive HEALTH dashboard page for WebLogic domain assets

 Robust alarm generation infrastructure (Parametric alarm counter support)

 Fancy and responsive ALERT and CLEAR emails (HTML)

 Customize email templates according to your organization. Localize (language) and customize HTML emails’ content, subject, header… etc.

 Get CLEAR emails and notifications when problem disappears

 Monitor applications’ response times

 Monitor WebLogic logs by using WLSDM log inspector

 Store WebLogic JMX metric values historically and generate reports

 Thread dump viewer and analyzer

 Generate JVM thread dump, heap dump, Java Flight Recorder (JFR), WLDF Diagnostic Image when a defined case occurs

For details and download please visit the website here.

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