Monitoring of OpenHub with JavaMelody
OpenHub provides tools to measure and calculate statistics on real operations. We use JavaMelody - tool to monitor Java or Java EE applications servers in QA and production environments.
t allows to improve applications in QA and production and helps to:
- give facts about the average response times and number of executions
- make decisions when trends are bad, before problems become too serious
- optimize based on the more limiting response times
- find the root causes of response times
- verify the real improvement after optimizations
It includes summary charts showing the evolution over time of the following indicators:
- Number of executions, mean execution times and percentage of errors of http requests, sql requests, jsf actions, struts actions, jsp pages or methods of business façades (if EJB3, Spring or Guice)
- Java memory
- Java CPU
- Number of user sessions
- Number of jdbc connections
These charts can be viewed on the current day, week, month, year or custom period.
By default javamelody is turn off. To enable you have to configure JAVA_OPTS argument this way: -Djavamelody.disabled=false.