Using JBoss Operations Network for Monitoring, Deploying, and Managing Resources

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Red Hat JBoss Operations Network 3.3

Recommendations and Procedures for Maintaining an Efficient JBoss and IT Infrastructure

Jared Morgan

Zach Rhoads


The primary function of JBoss Operations Network is monitoring the status of your resources. The core of monitoring includes critical availability monitoring, collecting metrics on platform and server performance, and tracking events. JBoss ON also provides a way to define alerts and then notify administrators whenever a resource is performing poorly.
This guide provides GUI-based procedures to view monitoring information, to track events, to define alerts and notifications, and to initiate operations.

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