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Kibana dashboard for monitoring Liferay JVM via JMX

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Cesar Capillas Nov 21, 2019
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Some time ago we did a Kibana dashboard for JMX monitoring in Alfresco via Logstash. Today I'll briefly let some notes for a similar configuration but with other tool of the Elastic Stack, Metricbeat, using a jolokia plugin for HTTP - JMX bridge. The main difference is that in the previous example, we had a logstash process for getting JMX information in a Tomcat node, and now we have a lighter agent, Metricbeat, which is ideally better suited for this purpose. Besides the Metricbeat client,......

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Kibana dashboard for monitoring Alfresco Community via OOTB Support Tools

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Cesar Capillas Dec 26, 2017
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Some weeks ago I wrote a post about how to set up a basic Kibana dashboard representing System Performance and Active Sessions in Alfresco Enterprise via JMX metrics from a logstash JMX input. As you probably know, no such Alfresco JMX objects are available in Alfresco Community, such as active sessions (only the java and catalina objects are available). Anyway, it is possible to obtain a similar dashboard using the relevant information from a webscript, for example, the JSON-based webscripts......

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See you in Alfresco Devcon 2018

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Cesar Capillas Dec 16, 2017
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Last week, it was published the Alfresco Devcon 2018 conference program, that will celebrate in Lisbon next January. Many Alfresco experts of the community, customers, partners, and employees will participate on this fantastic event, around Alfresco related technologies....

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Enabling JMX in Alfresco

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Cesar Capillas Nov 17, 2017

Today I compile several tips about enabling and getting JMX information in Alfresco ECM....

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Kibana dashboard for monitoring Alfresco JMX metrics

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Cesar Capillas Nov 12, 2017

This weekend I read in Elastic blog that Mr. Robot uses Kibana for monitoring the Dark Army, so I decided to write a post about a recent monitoring project for representing some basic (but interesting) Alfresco JMX metrics in a clustered environment, in which I was involved last week. As you probably know, Kibana is a useful tool of the ELK stack, composed by Elastic Search as indexing backend, Logstash for data extraction, and the cited Kibana for graphic representation of the extracted......

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