About Smart WebLogic Server Monitoring and Diagnostic Tool WLSDM by Govindan Padmanaban

Posted: September 10, 2018 in WebLogic
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I have been working on WebLogic server for more than 9 years. Often, I monitor server log files, Server status, Testing Data source connections, JMS servers, deployed application status, CPU/Memory usage and much more. If any of these objects got down or broken, then the associated deployed application will get into trouble. For example, a web application dependent will go down if the associated Data source (DB Connection) goes down, or a deployed application give a poor response if the CPU/MEMORY is full.

Many times I thought, what if a tool available in the market to monitor and analyze the WebLogic server resources (logs, Data source, servers etc) and it would be awesome if it alerts me as well on anything wrong goes on the WebLogic server.

The WLSDM is the tool that I have been looking for so long. It’s a complete WebLogic server monitoring and diagnostic tool. The WLSDM will monitor your WebLogic domain and alert us any wrong thing happens on the server. WLSDM can save plenty of our productive time. It does not have or store anything in the database, it’s a lightweight and responsive UI layer. Before diving into this tool, I would say why I like the WLSDM too much. Read the complete article here.

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