Monitoring in Oracle Application Container Cloud by Carsten Wiesbaum

Posted: October 16, 2017 in Cloud, WebLogic
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In posts one and two within this series we created and deployed Spring-Boot Microservices in Oracle’s Application Container Cloud Service (ACC). Usually, after deploying an application and enabling user traffic an application must be monitored to ensure a high level of service and identify approaching problems. This blog post describes how monitoring in Oracle Application Container Cloud can be achieved using standard features.  The focus will be on Java applications.

Accessing Monitoring Information using Service Console

The simplest indication regarding application health can be retrieved directly within Oracle ACC service console. After opening service console, one must access service overview page to get the application’s average memory usage over all running instances presented. For each application instance an additional indicator is displayed below including a timestamp the metric was captured.

Service Console Metrics

The second application monitoring feature resides within the application’s Administration tab, as it enables an administrator to download application logs. One must click on the Get Log button and Oracle ACC collects  logs from all application instances within the specified time frame. The logs collected are stored on the configured Oracle Storage Cloud Service. After the process is finished all logs can be downloaded from either Storage Cloud or Application Container Cloud service consoles. Read the complete article here.

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