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Managing and Monitoring JBoss Applications with RHQ & JBoss Operations Network

Abstract

End-user expectations for responsive application performance have never been higher. Users are expecting richer content to be deployed across the web with increasingly faster response-times. Insight into the performance of mission-critical systems is a critical but often neglected component of Enterprise IT. Organizations are failing to properly plan for, and address application performance as a critical aspect of every system design, and are paying the price in production.

Managing your JBoss middleware environment doesn't have to be difficult. From getting an updated inventory of your current JBoss infrastructure, to managing the configurations of your various JBoss servers and applications, to handling ongoing upgrades and patches - JBoss Operations Network and its upstream project, RHQ, can address all of your JBoss management needs including support for monitoring base operating system information on six operating systems as well as management of Apache httpd, JBoss Application Server, Tomcat and other related projects. Composed by a pluggable framework, the enterprise management solutions provide administration, monitoring, alerting, operational control and configuration in an enterprise setting with fine-grained security and an advanced extension model.

When combined with OC Systems' transaction monitoring and performance diagnostics product RTI v3.2 (www.rtiperformance.com), the performance management capabilities of JBoss ON v3.0 are greatly extended with deeper transaction based metrics and diagnostics, providing a solution for pro-actively managing application performance across the lifecycle and bridging the gaps between operations and development.

Bio
Steve Sturtevant, Product Manager for OC Systems, will present OC Systems RTI including its integration with JBoss Network v3.0.  Steve is an experienced software and performance engineer and speaks regularly on the topic of application performance management.

Alan Santos - Senior Product Manager, Red Hat
Alan Santos is a product manager for the JBoss division of Red Hat, responsible for middleware operations, administration and management. Alan has 15 years of experience using, building and promoting enterprise software. Prior to joining Red Hat, Alan was a senior product manager at Progress Software responsible for the DataXtend product line.

Ian Springer – Principal Software Developer, JBoss Operations Network, Red Hat will cover RHQ, the open source project upon which JBoss Operations Network is built. Ian has been a developer on the JON team for six years. Prior to that, he spent seven years at Hewlett-Packard developing management and middleware software.

Location

Applied Engineering Management (AEM) Corporation
14030 Thunderbolt Place, Suite 900
Chantilly, Virginia 20151

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  • Peter L.

    Standng room only.

    January 14, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Alas, a last-minute scheduling conflict required my immediate attendance. However, I heard there was great knowledge transfer. Any chance of getting the slide deck posted?

    January 13, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    good meeting -very informative - presentations by senior technical managers of some good new stuff.

    January 12, 2012

  • Brian S.

    This was a great event! An introduction to JON for me. I think the length of the presentations were just about right. I'd attend similar events again.

    January 12, 2012

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