Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Using wsadmin and Jython to monitor WebSphere Application Server performance

This is definitely something that's relevant to my project right here, right now

This article describes how you can use wsadmin introspection with Jython to easily retrieve Performance Monitoring Infrastructure (PMI) metrics for IBM® WebSphere® Application Server. IBM Tivoli® Performance Viewer is used as a model for performance reporting. A high level review of PMI architecture is included. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

Thanks to developerWorks for the tip ….

2 comments:

Michael Ransley said...

Hello Dave,

I have always found that using the perfservlet is much faster and uses less resources than using wsadmin. It comes back as XML and you can parse it and the servlet is really fast.

Just some thoughts.

Dave Hay said...

Hi Michael, thanks for this - will check out perfservlet, regards, Dave