Jolokia JVM Monitoring in OpenShift

Jolokia JVM Monitoring in OpenShift

Cloud based technology offers the ability to build, deploy and scale applications with ease; however, deploying to the cloud is only half of the battle. How cloud applications are monitored becomes a paramount concern with operations teams.

When issues arise, teams and their monitoring systems must be able to detect, react, and rectify the situation. CPU, system memory, and disk space are three common indicators used to monitor applications, and are typically reported by the operating system.

However, for Java applications – which we’ll be focusing on in this article – most solutions tap into JMX (Java Monitoring eXtensions) to monitor the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). For applications leveraging Java xPaaS middleware services on OpenShift, they have built-in functionality to provide the capabilities to monitor and manage their operation.

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