Instant and powerful insights into the live performance of your Java applications.

Getting started is simple:

  1. Download javametrics-dash-x.x.x.war and javametrics-agent-x.x.x.jar from Github.
  2. Copy the javametrics.war file into your WebSphere Liberty dropins directory.
  3. Set a Java option in the jvm.options file.
  4. Run your web application and view the dashboard by adding /javametrics-dash to the default HTTP endpoint. For example, if you are running locally, the URL might be: http://localhost:9080/javametrics-dash/.
See the documentation for more details, for other application servers supported, or to build javametrics yourself.

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