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Besides the atomsphere, is there built-in monitoring for atom environments?

Question asked by TimCornwell5051 on Feb 12, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 30, 2016 by Sjaak Overgaauw

There is a document here (http://help.boomi.com/atomsphere/GUID-48F37A93-5BF9-488D-82C3-38E4E9D45A22.html) that describes some specific JMX tools (Zabbix) and specific JVM objects that someone might want to configure a JMX tool to look at (like the parts of com.boomi.container.services.) but my question is this:

 

If the Boomi folks at Dell have an idea of what we should be looking at, then why don't they deliver some package that allows us to view these within the Boomi framework istelf?  As nice as Zabbix might be, I would like to be able to capture and export raw operational data from any atom out-of-the-box.

 

Also: A mechanism for a running Boomi process to query values for the current atom's "container.services.ExecutionManager.RunningExecutionCount" - could be very helpful in building a monitoring mechanism for that environment.  If this service/library isn't available within the environment itself, then a delivered tool to capture and report these metrics would be great.

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